The partnership of the Erasmus+ THE VALUE OF FACING SCHOOL, co-funded by the European Union, met in Évora (Portugal) on October 10th for the 3rd transnational meeting of the project. The participants reviewed the progress of the intellectual outputs and planned the organization of the pilot test that will be carried out in CEIP Clara Campoamor (Málaga) by the end of November.
Fundación Isabel Gemio, coordinator of the project, and Universidad de Évora, host organization of the meeting, presented a complete version of the methodological guide INCLUSION AND EQUITY IN SCHOOL. This document will provide broad information of the necessities of people affected by rare diseases and their families, and it will underline the importance of social awareness and education on rare diseases. This digital document will also explain some learning inclusive methodologies such as learning through project, universal learning design and gamification.
Afterwards, the partners presented the Open Educational Resources, which are a wide variety of activities and documents that aim to help teachers, students, and parents to overcome the different barriers that they face in the school context. These documents will address topics such as digitalization, blended learning, accessibility and inclusion.
As mentioned before, the next step will be to test the accuracy of the intellectual outputs in the primary school Clara Campoamor (Málaga) by the end of November. This will help us to identify potential problems and to evaluate the results.
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