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The MY IDEA project, which aims to promote inclusive education through capacity building workshops for student teachers, has released its brief report documenting its practices and presenting its recommendations on how institutionalize the inclusion of special education courses in Teacher Education Institutions. The main purpose of this report is to facilitate sharing of practices that promote inclusive education and to encourage institutions to replicate the MY IDEA project in their own contexts or communities.
Download the MY IDEA project report.
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Kathleen Young Ricardo is a graduating student taking up Bachelor of Science in Management Accounting at St. Paul University Dumaguete, Philippines. She is an active student leader serving in the Paulinian Student Government for 2 years, while also involved in youth-oriented organizations outside of school such as the Pilipinas Natin, a youth movement for volunteerism and love for country; and EDSA People Power Commission – Negros Oriental Council (EPPC-NOC), an organization aimed to perpetuate and propagate the spirit of the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution through projects focused on working with persons with disabilities. Currently, she is affiliated with the Young Southeast Asia Leaders Initiative and works on community projects for the development of the ASEAN Community. She is one of the Co-founders of the winning YSEALI Seed Grants Competition of the U.S. Government, the MY IDEA: Movement of the Youth for Inclusive Development through Education in ASEAN.