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Thursday, December 3 • 3:20pm - 4:10pm
TASH's International Development Activities in Mongolia LIMITED

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Briefly describes TASH's international development efforts in Mongolia. TASH and its local partners have been working together to advocate for equity, opportunity, and inclusion since June 2013 and were funded through two different Department of State Programs. Also presents the methodology and preliminary results of two research studies: (1) Focus groups with parents, in urban and rural locations, about their needs and aspirations for their children with disabilities, and (2) Effect of a ten-day professional development session on inclusive education for general teacher training faculty at Institutions of Higher Education on their attitudes toward and their knowledge of the topic. OBJECTIVES: (1) Learn about TASH's international development efforts in Mongolia
(2) Learn about parent's needs and aspirations for their children with disabilities in Mongolia
(3) Learn about the effect of a ten-day professional development session on inclusive education for general teacher training faculty at Institutions of Higher Education in Mongolia on their attitudes toward and their knowledge of the topic

Speakers
avatar for Rima J. Hatoum, Ph.D.

Rima J. Hatoum, Ph.D.

International Development Consultant


Thursday December 3, 2015 3:20pm - 4:10pm PST
Salmon 1401 SW Naito Parkway Portland, OR 97201

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