（英）LEP2.0 Attachment Program for Special Education Personnel of Ministry of Education
Special Education Division, Ministry of Education
At present, Special Education Division (SED) under the Ministry of Education Malaysia (MoE) is managing access to education and support services required by the special needs students in Malaysia. There are 34 Special Education Schools, 2,100 Special Education Integration Programs (SEIPs) and Inclusive Education. SED is responsible in planning, coordinating, managing, implementing and monitoring various educational programs as well as support services required to improve the potential and performance of the special needs students in schools. Under the first wave (2013-2015) of the Education Blueprint, many programs have been implemented to increase the access to education and necessary support services to minimize the learning barriers and maximize their potential and abilities. In order to ensure that the programs are successfully implemented and will yield quality outcomes, MoE has been putting more efforts in strengthening the SED capacities in term of knowledge, skills and competencies. The second and third waves of the blueprint is focusing on strengthening the existing initiatives and working towards up-skilling for sustainability as well as creating pathways for new initiatives that can support and filling the gap existed in the current implementation process.
The potential and abilities of the special needs students are strengthened for the wider participation and involvement in education activities with better rate of success in academic as well as in extracurricular activities.
Participants are prepared to support/teach the 21st Century Skills suitable for Malaysia’s students with special needs.
Participants are exposed to knowledge, skills and good practices in the field of special education in Japan.
Lectures, practices, discussions and site visits related to Special Education in Japan.
(Topics will change every year as below and the participants will be selected based on the topics.)
1)Special Education Planning and Management(1st Year)
2)Establishing School Transition Program - Early Stage and School to Work Transition (2nd Year)
3)Methodology and Instructional Design in Deaf Blind Education (3rd Year)
Training programme in Japan.
Cost born by Japanese side is training expense and domestic travel cost.
Participation to the training.
Cost born by Malaysian side is airfare, accommodation, allowance, etc.
Special Education Division (SED),Ministry of Education Malaysia
International Development Center of Japan (IDCJ)
Dispatch of JOCVs and SVs in the field of Special Education
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