Special Education teacher, Bilingual Psychopedagogue (Portuguese – English)
Her joy is to see everyone learning togethereach one aware of their potential and challenges. She believes that collaborative work among school leaders, teachers and special education services leads all students to develop their full potential as learners.
Tiliana has been teaching for 17 years and has experience with the inclusion of students with learning disabilities in the mainstream classroom. She is currently a teacher and learning support coordinator in an international school – IB (International Baccalaureate) curriculum in São Paulo, where she helps implementing the school’s inclusive policy.
She has studied the role of public policies and teacher training for quality inclusive education during the four years of her undergraduate studies at Centro Universitário Santo André with teachers from the University of São Paulo; she also had the opportunity to study special education at Indiana University, USA; Literacy and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation at the Hospital das Clínicas of São Paulo are also relevant courses she took.
Main theoretical sources:
●School Inclusion Policies ● Differentiation ● Universal Design for Learning ● Support Networks for Inclusion ● Neuropsychological Rehabilitation ● Neuroscience and education ● Literacy
To develop tools for schools and educators to create and implement an efficient inclusion policy in order to deliver quality of education for students with learning differences or disabilities within the regular classroom.
Respect for diversity
Our vision is to promote effective inclusive education with successful teaching practices through collaborative work and respect for diversity.