Workshop


Integration or reintegration of the sick child into mainstream school


Closed • language ENG


Coordinator:

Sinja Jančar (Slovenia)

Ledina – Hospital School
Komenskega19
1000 Ljubljana
Tel. ++/386/1 432 73 54
Fax ++/386/1 231 8776

– sinja.jancar@gmail.com

Objectives

 

History and Status

For Report of HOPE Workshops 17 in Amsterdam:

on WS 17 were present six people from Italy, Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Ireland and Slovenia.

For the Children and adolescents who were integrated or reintegrated into mainstream schools after long staying in Hospital school or home, we came to the conclusion that in all six countries conducted and help solve long absence from mainstream school at about the same way:

  • communication among hospital school, parents, medical team, mainstream school, sick child and school peers,
  • they are also planning together.

Differences have shown by legislation of each country.

We want to gather data about legislation each of the country. This is the first step of our future work.

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Help families cope with the strain of cancer
In this short article you’ll find my brain-storming, ideas and suggestions of what I believe this WS is
about. It is an invitation to share your ideas, suggestions or even research results! We could start a
debate about it in our own chat room on HOPE website. As you know sharing ideas and experiences
are the best tools of learning.

THE ROLE OF A HOSPITAL TEACHER:
The hospital teacher is able to examine and describe the problems of a sick student, so that an action
plan can be made to optimize the teaching circumstances, so that the educational barriers that may exist
will be diminished.
(Mr. O.H. Mourik: Professional Profile for Hospital Teachers, Ziezon 2008).
This short quotation from Mr. Mourik’s book is in my opinion the best description of a
hospital teacher, who is now taking roles of an educator, facilitator, consultant, advisor.
And I’m sure you are able to describe many more roles, that you are engaged in daily …

FACTS ABOUT MODERN MEDICAL TREATMENTS:
Students with multiple health problems – therefore:

 


Related files for Integration or reintegration of the sick child into mainstream school:

Workshops 17 in Amsterdamdownload this file
For Report of HOPE Workshops 17 in Amsterdam:on WS 17 were present six people from Italy, Germany, Austria, Luxembourg and Ireland.For the Children and adolescents who were integrated or reintegrated into mainstream schools after long staying in Hospital school or home, we came to the conclusion that in all six countries conducted and help solve long absence from mainstream school at about the same way: communication among hospital school, parents, medical team, mainstream school, sick child and school peers,they are also planning together.Differences have shown by legislation of each country. We want to gather data about legislation each of the country. This is the first step of our future work.

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Letter from Sinjadownload this file

 

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