New digital tools for more inclusive education and integration pathways

Friday 3 December 2021

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In November, the Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs partnership met in Berlin to discuss about the next steps for the project.

After the first months of the project, during which the partnership worked on the elaboration of a collection of research to provide a common understanding of the current situation in 5 partners Countries, regarding the level of e-skills and knowledge of trainers, language teachers and counsellors that works with migrants, now it is time to build our materials, tools and activities following the findings of our research.

During the Berlin meeting, the staff of the project have been trained on the use of Moodle and H5p, two amazing digital tools that help and support the development of inclusive education and integration pathways, and that are adaptable to the specific needs of all the users.

This training is putting the basis for the development of the Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs Digital Courses, each of which will provide guidelines, exercises and step-by-step instructions on how to use 5 different digital tools to be implemented in educational or integration pathways so as to make them more inclusive for everyone according to each person need.

In the next months the partnership will build these courses and create a platform where they will be available for everyone.

About the project

The project Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, Key Action 2 for Adult Education, aims to create innovative digital pathways that promote digital pedagogy to facilitate higher levels of participation of immigrants with special needs, thereby enhancing employability and increasing social inclusion.


For further information

Read more about Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs.

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