“Accessible and inclusive playground – multi-use spinner” by Brisbane City Council is licensed under CC BY 2.0
The PINC training programme consists of four training guides for students of Education and Sports Sciences:
A General Guide on Inclusive Processes in Education
providing students with a deep understanding of the fundamentals of an inclusive education sensitive to children with disabilities.
A Theory Guide on Play and Play as an Inclusion Facilitator
introducing students into the importance of play and in the fundamentals of design, methodology and evaluation of play for all.
A Practical Guide on Active Games and Adjustments to Favour Accessibility
containing practical resources and tips for the adaptation of games that can be played on school yards and in other recreational settings;
A Guide on Leading an Educational Community
presenting strategies to build strong partnerships between the school, families and the local community for a systemic promotion of inclusive practices and values.
The Guide for university teachers who are interested in providing PINC training to their students.
The Guide for university teachers
offers teachers resources to guide PINC didactics based on 3 training modules related to Guides 1, 2, 3 and 4. Each module includes 3 types of resources:
- Powerpoint presentation
- Teacher’s roadmap
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