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Erasmus+ | Hrvatsko katoličko sveučilište

O projektu

In the rapidly developing world,the difficulties faced by individuals with disabilities and special needs in social life are becoming increasingly important. We can overcome these difficulties with education.. Education is the most important tool that makes individuals with special needs a part of social life like other people.
While people come into the world, they don’t have chance to make choice. Sometimes congenital and sometimes under the influence of environmental conditions, people may be advantageous or disadvantageous. Due to reasons such as mental deficiency, hearing disability, visual impairment, physical disability, disability of language and speech, special learning disability, autism and lack of attention, economic difficulties, ethnic and cultural discrimination, illness, parental separation it is very important to include individuals in the scope of inclusive education.


With our project Our partner schools will;
*overcome the problems of discrimination and integration experienced by our disadvantaged students.
*improve the capacity of disadvantaged students on the types of disability and diagnostic techniques.
*be able to redesign the learning environments according to disadvantaged students.
* include the new generation educational models that come with inclusive education to the teaching processes.
*support the educational processes of disadvantaged students through new applications such as Individualized Education Plan and Support Education Room.
*be able to use the new generation of digital components, artistic activities and sporting activities as a powerful tool for the physical, spiritual, emotional and social development of the disadvantaged students.



Four teachers at Primary School Bogoslav Šulek in Slavonski Brod: Zvonka Ivković, Katarina Bubalo, Tanja Matanović and Slavica Čugura Vukovarac took part in an Erasmus + project – Notice me, my teacher! - from 27 September to 1 October, 2021. The objective was to experience new possibilities, methods, and practical examples of inclusion of SEN students into regular classrooms. The first mobility took place in Bagheria. Bagheria is a town in the north Sicily, situated about 40 kilometres to the east of Palermo. It is known for its mild Mediterranean climate, African architecture, stone-paved streets, and tall church towers that overshadow the rooftops. The city is unusually quiet during the day which changes around 6 pm when the temperatures drop, and the humidity becomes tolerable. Hosts of the first mobility were teachers of Ignazio Buttitta School while our partners were teachers form Turkey, Lithuania and Romania. We met our hosts on the first day of the mobility. We were greeted by teacher Antonino and his students who recited poems in Croatian, Lithuanian, Romanian and Turkish language. Hearing the poem Prva rič što sam je čuo by Vanja Radauš read by Italian students made us nostalgic. During the opening ceremony we met our partners. We were introduced by our English teacher Zvonka Ivković. During our stay in Italy, our hosts organized many interesting and inspiring lectures: Inclusive education at Ignazio Buttitta School, disadvantage types, diagnosis and diagnostic techniques, Planned Educational Activities to overcome discrimination by Mr Angelo Morana, supporter teacher at Ignazio Buttitta School; Learning Environments in Inclusive Education by Mr Gioacchino Lavarco, Dean at the University of Palermo who, by using examples from literature and art, addressed the idea that the issue of education has been ongoing since the times of Christ; and The Role of Sport and Physical Activity in Mental Health by Mr Giussepe Battaglia, professor at the University of Palermo. We also took part in a workshop Practical Activities for the integration of disadvantaged students by Mr Gianni Matteo Lo Piparo, supporter teacher at ITC “Don Luigi Sturzo” in Bagheria. We visited the school for blind and visually challenged students in Palermo where the teachers demonstrated interesting musical activities for the disadvantaged students. Our host was a visually challenged teacher who demonstrated, by example, that there should be no limits in education of SEN students.

Sicily has got a unique history - a mixture of Spanish, Norman, Arabic, Greek and Roman culture – which makes it an exciting and desirable destination. The shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea are known for the amazing scenery and gastronomy. Our hosts made and effort to organize day trips to famous Sicilian tourist destinations: Segesta – archaeological location with an Ancient Greek temple and an amphitheatre; Erice – a Medieval city with a breath-taking view, located on top of a mountain that is 751 meter high; Trapani – open-aired salt pools with windmills used for production of salt; Cefalu – a Midieval city with a famous cathedral which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site; and Palermo – a multi-cultural city with a distinct African market, theatre and churches. The smell of the traditional Sicilian pastries and cakes that emanates from the pastry shops followed us everywhere.  

Time is of the essence, now more than ever: education is a matter of time and every student requires time. Schools and education are a global issue. Everyone takes part in the education and everyone follows different rules: parents, teachers, friends, the media… Teachers need time and support of parents and society. We are a part of a great community of teachers who encounter similar problems in their professional work. These problems are not restricted to a certain country. Being a teacher is a calling and every day presents a new opportunity for learning. These are the conclusions we took from our journey. We can’t wait for a new mobility and a new opportunity to learn.


                                              Slavica Čugura Vukovarac, Croatian teacher at Primary School Bogoslav Šulek





Dissemination of project activities

At the session of the Teachers' Council on January 7, teacher Katarina Bubalo presented project activities as part of the visit of our teachers to Italy of the project "Notice me, my teacher".





From January 30 to February 4, 2022, the Erasmus + project "Notice Me My Teacher" was held. This is the second mobility in the project of the same name, where teachers Nikolina Stanić, Jelena Miković, Anita Vodopija and Branka Peh visited the Romanian city of Ploiesti near Bucharest. The aim of the lectures and workshops in which we participated was to get acquainted with new ways and methods of inclusion and integration of children with special needs in the regular educational process.


The first day of mobility began with a welcome program of the hosts, in the presence of partner countries Lithuania, Turkey and Croatia.


This was immediately followed by a full-day lecture on the Teaching Strategy and an adapted curriculum used in inclusive education.


The day ended with a tour of the school of our hosts Gimnaziul School “I.A. Bassarabescu ”which is equal in size and number of students to ours.




In the following days, lectures and workshops aimed to introduce us to new methods and procedures of inclusion in the educational process. Mr. Alexandru Iordache prof. TZK, introduced us to games and exercises for children with special needs. Through the workshop and lecture of Professor Angelina Georgescu, we went through activities that brought us closer to how to bring abstract and demanding concepts from chemistry and physics closer to children with special needs and how to evaluate them.

Teacher Florentina Vasile showed us a practical example of how to create a personalized teaching plan for children with special needs. A team of experts participates in the development of the plan: parent, teacher, professional service. This was followed by a final workshop on making woolen flowers (poppies), which we especially enjoyed. The aim of this workshop is to encourage students' sensorimotor development.


Romania is a land of medieval castles, gothic churches and charming cities hidden among some of the most enigmatic landscapes of Southeast Europe. It is a land of beautiful nature, rich history and good people.

The hosts made an effort to get to know the rich Romanian history through a tour of the capital, the Prahov region and the Transylvanian region. Bucharest is a popular tourist destination often referred to as "Balkan Paris". Two large boulevards pass through the city, and most of the buildings were built by foreign architects, mostly French and Italians. We visited and visited the Cotroceni Palace, the Palace of Parliament - the largest parliament building in the world with more than 3,000 rooms with extremely rich facilities. Near the city of Brasov in the region of Transylvania is the fortress Bran, better known as "Dracula's Castle". Bran Castle was built by the Knights of the Teutonic Order in the thirteenth century. It is located on a rock and dominates the whole area, and the view from the top of the castle is spectacular.

We returned home enriched with experiences, new knowledge and new friendships that we will continue to nurture.






Activities with students with special needs.





These are examples of exercises and games in which we can include children with special needs. These exercises develop overall motor skills.




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