SDRUZHENIE ASOCIACIA DYSLEXIA - BULGARIA (DABG) is a non-governmental
and not-for-profit organisation, which main aims are: to increase awareness about
dyslexia and other learning difficulties, to train teachers how to recognise the symptoms of dyslexia and all comorbid conditions, to educate and support parents of children with SLD, to provide help to students for overcoming their difficulties and better realisation after school, etc. Specialists in the Association provide trainings, seminars, workshops, presentations for teachers, specialists and parents; assessment and individual consultations for children, young people, and adults from all over the country. Since its formation in 2005, DABG has taken part in many projects related to dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties, early identification and early intervention; supporting students to develop good study skills, using assistive technologies in education, bilingualism, foreign language learning/teaching, etc.
DABG works in collaboration with local educational authorities, schools, universities,
The history of Amasya University (AU) goes back to the 1974. AU has the vision to improve the competencies of the students for education and business through agreements with various institutions. As a requirement of this vision, AU gives more importance to its students’ professional development. As an ideal university for this project, AU is primarily responsible for transferring this heritage and prosperity to future generations as a leading institution. It has been the most outstanding institution in teacher training in Turkey. Through its unique characteristics, it has made major contributions to the intellectual development of the human resources of the country. AU advances towards being an ideal university, which serves with the aim of graduating enlightened people needed for the developments in the economy, health, art, and culture of the country. Therefore, the graduates of AU has been contributed to the needs of research, learning, health, and education to make the country a contemporary leader in its region and the world. AU has taken responsibility based on this vision since it was established. The university strives to take its place among the universities of the world in the fields of art, science, education, and engineering without compromising fundamental values. The university prides itself on its academic, technological, and cultural achievements in the region and the international arena while keeping the historical mission of the city of Amasya in
Społeczna Akademia Nauk – (University of Social Sciences) is one of the leading private
universities in Poland having 16.000 students and numerous academic staff. There are 25 departments, including Management, Pedagogy, Psychology Sociology and IT studies. As an educational organization SAN promotes multidisciplinary approach, bringing together researchers from a diversity of backgrounds economics,humanities, artistic, educational science, etc.). Our University has potential to provide support (according to specific roles and tasks assigned within the consortium) to project’s activities having an immense expertise and experienced staff in respective field. The Institute of Educational Studies prepares teachers to become professional educators, open for challenges of the rapidly changing environment that surrounds us. We prepare our students, future teachers, how to teach effectively with the use of
innovative and creative educational approaches and we collaborate closely with wide range of schools, educational organisations, associations and foundations as well as local and national authorities. University co-operates also with wide range of kindergartens and primary, the local city council, authorities of Lodz Province, provincial and administrative units, other educational institutions as well as with associations and foundations. Within our post-graduate studies of Socio-therapy, we collaborate also with specialists working with children in kindergartens and day-rooms.
Established on 1 January 1991, Klaipėda University is a multidisciplinary educational
institution, the scientific and cultural centre of the region of Western Lithuania with the population of around 470,000. The University has three faculties (Faculty of Social
Sciences and Humanities, Faculty of Marine Technologies and Natural Sciences,
Faculty of Health Sciences), two institutes (Marine Research Institute and Institute of
Baltic Region History and Archaeology). KU has over 500 members of the academic
staff and about 4,000 students. It offers studies in all three cycles (undergraduate,
graduate, and doctoral). More detailed information on Klaipėda University can be found on its website at: www.ku.lt .
The LSpecPA association was established in September 2017, it is national organisation with
regional branches in all Latvian regions. Members of the Association are special
pedagogues, teachers, speech therapists, psychologists, educators, experts from the Latvian
ministry of Education (On 01.03.2018 - 228 members).
THE CHAIRPERSON OF THE BOARD – Dr.paed., assoc. prof. MARITE ROZENFELDE
The aim of the Latvian Association of Special Education Teachers is to re resent special
pedagogues/special education teachers in Latvia, Europe, and in the world.
The tasks of the LspecPA are the following: participate in the harmonization of
professional legislation, rise and address issues of special education in Latvia and work-related problems of special pedagogues/special education teachers/special teaching assistants; raise visibility of special pedagogues/special education teachers in Latvia; participate in the elaboration, harmonization and implementation of higher education programs and professional qualification improvement programs of continuing education; offer opinions/recommendations of the experts in the special pedagogy; promote the development of the science of special education and collaboration with scientific and professional organizations and NGO in Latvia,
Europe, and in the world, study and publish views and recent research findings on the matters of special pedagogy among the members; ensure the opportunities of professional development and professional experience exchange; represent and defend interests of the association members; promote society’s awareness of human development disorders and prevent these disorders; participate in activities of public benefit in such fields as healthcare, science and education, in prevention of development disorders to support people with development disorders, families
raising children with development disorders, pedagogues and health care professionals, etc.