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Project of Medical School Šibenik: "Autistic Spectrum Disorders"   Project of Medical School Šibenik: "Autistic Spectrum Disorders" Minimize

 
Autistic Spectrum Disorders
 
Project of Medical School Šibenik
 

    Participating Schools:  1. Medical School Šibenik
2. Medical School Pula
3. Secondary School
"Miloš Crnjanski", Kikinda
 
Date:  March 20th 2018
 
Project Leaders (e-mail):  1. Lidija Mačukat (lidijam9@gmail.com) Medical School, Šibenik
2. Danijela Panić
(danijela.panic14@gmail.com)
Medical School Pula
3. Vanja Injac
(injac.vanja@gmail.com)
Secondary School "Miloš Crnjanski", Kikinda
 
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Snežana Žaja (snezana.zaja@skole.hr) Medical School Šibenik
2. Sanja Benazić-Kliba
(sanja.benazic-kliba@skole.com) Medical School Pula
3. Vanja Injac
(injac.vanja@gmail.com) Secondary School "Miloš Crnjanski", Kikinda
 
Leader School:  Medical School Šibenik
 
STUDENTS: 
 
1. Stipe Vujić, Medical School, Šibenik
2. Jure Vinković
, Medical School, Šibenik
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Target Group: 
 

High school students.
 

Project Objectives: 
 
Expand knowledge of autistic disorders
Break up prejudice about people with autism disorders
Motivate students to accept diversity
 
Tasks
 

Explain behavioral changes that point to autism disorders - assessment of risk behaviors
Transfer knowledge of autistic disorders
Present activities that are used to stimulate the development of autistic children
 

Collaborators:     
 
Place of implementation:  Schools participating in the project
 
Duration (phases):  Planning and elaboration of the topic of collaborative team-gathering (March-April 2018),
Beginning of theme creation, task split, collecting ideas and suggestions for students (May-June 2018)
Creating Shared Tasks by Teams (October-November 2018)
Linking segments to creating a unique project - December 2018
 
Expected Results:  Presentation of the project on the "Day of E-medica 2019"
 
Risk Factors:

there are no risk factors


    
Synopsis of project   "Autistic Spectrum Disorders"   Synopsis of project "Autistic Spectrum Disorders" Minimize

1. WORK ON THE PROJECT:

Application time: March, April 2018
- Project announcement

Inform students about the project
- Forming team of student who will work at project
- application of a collaborator's schools (participating schools) - forming a team for project
- Mail communication - getting to know the participants
- drafting of the framework plan:
     1. Introduction (definition, history of autism),
     2. causes of autism,
     3. The basic features of autistic behavior in children
     4. Diagnostics
     5. Treatment
     6. Myths about autism - Determining the tasks of individual schools within the team


2. STAGE OF THE WORK ON THE PROJECT:
Realization time: May and June 2018
- Making the project parts by school.
- Meetings via Skype- control of student work, project complementation , less adjustments to the framework plan.
Student exchange planning.


3.  THE WORK OF THE PROJECT:
Realization time: September and October 2018
- Carrying out questionnaire, analysis, and presentation of questionnaire results.
- Skype meetings.
- Realization of exchange if organized.
- Evaluation of previous work.


4. TYPE OF WORK ON THE PROJECT:
Realization time: November and December 2018
- Skype meetings.
- Evaluation of completed tasks, correction of errors.
- Attaching segments and setting up a unique project.


    
Video-conference exchange between students from Šibenik, Pula and Kikinda (September 24, 2018)  Video-conference exchange between students from Šibenik, Pula and Kikinda (September 24, 2018) Minimize

Video-conferencing exchange in projest
"Autistic Spectrum Disorders"

 
 

   On Monday, September 24, 2018, the school associates on the "Autistic Spectrum Disorders" project had a skype meeting.
   The project is co-operated by the Medical School, Šibenik, the Medical School, Pula and the "Miloš Crnjanski" high school Kikinda.
  
At the meeting we repeated tasks that every school has on the project.
   We agreed that by the end of the week students of each school have to prepare five questions for the autism questionnaire.
   Students were chatting briefly and agreed to form a group on Facebook, so they can communicate easier.
   The participants were Stipe Vujić and Jure Vinković from Šibenik, Mila Pokrajac and Jasna Mileusnić from Kikinda, Andrej Elbi, Antonio Matić and Dora Pavletić from Pula, and their mentors Lidija Mačukat, Vanja Injac and Danijela Panić.


    
Students Exchange in project  "Autistic Spectrum Disorders"   Students Exchange in project "Autistic Spectrum Disorders" Minimize
Students Exchange

    
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