How we co-operate with you
1. Our Motto: together everyone achieves more!
ISaR International is based on the co-operation with colleagues and professionals working in schools and in different fields of rehabilitation and education of children and young persons with visual impairment in inclusive settings.
The idea from ISaR was to collect information concerning inclusion and save all the functioning teaching methods and materials worked out and used in practice with good results. We could offer the teachers struggling with the same problems a chance to look for and use the ideas and adapt them to suite their reality.
The German ISaR crew thanks all teachers, parents and rehabilitation workers throughout the years for the support during the past years. Now we hope for your support to make ISaR International into the same success as its "mother" in Germany. We are expecting to receive your information of the development of inclusion in your country, ideas, didactical solutions, comments and readiness to develop teaching materials in the didactic laboratory together with other colleagues.
With ISaR International you get a possibility to publish your original written materials or practical reports. The copyright remains with you. If you are not sure whether it is elaborated enough, we will help you with the preparations and put them onto the net.
If you would like to submit your own concepts, please do not hesitate to contact us: email@example.com.
We hope for a successful cooperation with you!
2. Contact persons and institutions in different countries
Contact person: Inger Larsen
Tambartun National Resource Centre of Visually Impaired
Contact person: Lene Fjellstad
Jyväskylä School for the Visually Impaired
Contact person: Tarja Hannikainen
Svenska Skolan För Synskadade / Swedish School for the Visually Impaired
Contact person: Barbro Eklund
Keskuspuisto vocational institute
Contact person: Liisa Metsola
National Agency for Special Needs Education and Schools / RC Vision
Contact person: Harry Svensson firstname.lastname@example.org ^
Refsnaes Centre - National Centre for Blind and Partially sighted Children and Youth of Denmark
Contact person: Tanja Stevns, International coordinator
Phone: +45 232 406 72
Dk-4400 Kalundborg (Denmark)
Phone: +45 595 701 00
Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Education
Contact person: Márta Gadó
3. Are you "the spider in an extensive network" in your country?
Please join us or give us a name as to who could be suitable as a contact person!