- To promote diversity and the inclusion of children with disabilities in recreational environments through training of students of Education and Sports Sciences;
- To promote the importance of play for children and provide students of Education and Sports Sciences with necessary theoretical and practical skills to facilitate accessible play for all;
- To encourage future teachers/educators and provide them with the necessary skills to teach all students, including those with barriers to participation in recreational activities.
- Develop theoretical and practical guides for students of Education and Sports sciences on the following topics: inclusive education; play as inclusion facilitator; active games and their adjustments to favour accessibility; educational communities and strategies for raising awareness towards inclusion;
- Develop a guide for teachers of the PINC training methodology;
- Pilot the guides with professors and students of Education and Sports Sciences.
- Student’s General Guide: Inclusive Processes in Education;
- Theory Guide on Play: Play as an Inclusion Facilitator;
- Practical Guide on Play: Active Games and Necessary Adjustment to Favour Accessibility;
- Guide for Leading an Educational Community: Strategies for Raising Awareness towards Inclusion;
- Guide for Teachers: Resources and Didactics of PINC Training.
- Improved skills of European Higher Education teachers regarding play and/or disability;
- Developed new training guidelines and methods on play and inclusion that can be incorporated into university curricula for Education and Sports Sciences;
- Students of Education of Sports sciences acquired skills regarding the use of active play as a resource for leisure time and conflict resolution in a recreational context;
- Improved students’ competencies to act as a motor of social change and lead new inclusive projects.