Sarajevo Classroom Update

After some delay, the classroom in Sarajevo has officially opened!

SPG: CSI wishes the students, families and professionals luck in their first few weeks as they get reacquainted with each other and get back in the “school” mindset. While there were only two students in the first week of school (they are expecting four students in the weeks to come), we have been told it was challenging to design goals for students, find effective ways to take data and create a workable schedule.

Our hearts are with Admira, Selma, Natasa and Dzevida- you are all excellent teachers and professionals and the students will learn so much from you! Thank you for your dedication πŸ™‚ The good news is that the first few days and weeks are the hardest, and after that you will find your routine and the kids will come to look forward to learning with you. Please send us pictures soon!!!

On another note, we have word that another classroom may be opening at Mjedenice, a school in Sarajevo for children with special needs. Hooray!!! Amila, you truly have become quite the ambassador for evidence-based practice πŸ™‚

Way to go Sarajevo!!!

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3 responses to “Sarajevo Classroom Update

  1. Congratulations on how much all of you have accomplished. Although I have not been involved in the project, I have heard about the challenges and successes and am impressed by the dedication and perseverance of all involved.

  2. My heart smiled to hear of our friends in Sarajevo continuing in the Sarajevo Classroom. All four teachers will carry the torch to inspire others in support of autism in their home country as it is already inspiring us back here in the U.S. Good luck to all of you!

  3. congradulations! This is awesome, i am very happy about everything and i am looking forward to work again. Good luck Sarajevo!!

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