The preparation phase is an essential step in this kind of projects, especially when the project is carried out by a new partnership. A good preparation phase allowed us to avoid serious communication problems in the other phases of the project.
The implementation phase encompassed a large and diverse number of activities aimed at creating all the project’s results, such as the Intellectual Outputs and the tangible or structural results.
The dissemination and visibility phase allowed the partners to spread knowledge about the project, but also to promote the use of its results through activities aimed at the most appropriate multiplier, so that the materials achieved a great impact on beneficiaries.
The evaluation phase was transversal throughout the project and allowed us to monitor everything to avoid issues with the quality of the results, the adjustment to the budget, and the fulfillment of the schedule.
We offer a virtual course, easily accessible through an e-learning platform, to train pre-primary education teachers from existing centers so they can transform their classrooms into inclusive ones, for children between 1 to 6 years old with mild to severe visual impairment. This course is based on the conviction that Integrated Education offers more possibilities towards children’s psychosocial development than a segregated one. The goal of this type of education is the inclusion of students with visual impairment, so they…
EDUCATIONAL GAME: ICT TOOL FOR THE EDUCATIONAL INCLUSION OF LOW VISION STUDENTS Discover an innovative tool focused on promoting the effective inclusion of children with visual impairment in standard classrooms for the pre-primary stage. Created within the Erasmus+ SCHOOL FOR ALL project, VISAPP provides solutions for teachers to promote the visual and cognitive stimulation of children with visual impairment from 0 to 6 years old. This tool is conceived as a mechanism of inclusion in equity, so it is not…
We promote the educational and social inclusion of children with mild to severe visual impairment, understanding it as a bio-psychosocial training process whose purpose is the full integration of children with SEN in ordinary pre-primary schools and nurseries (not specialized for children with disabilities). A lot of pre-primary schools in all countries involved have not only shown interest in the results of the project, but also in implementing it in their centers.
Generating open and innovative practices in this digital age to facilitate integration in the classroom, thus reinforcing teaching, including the profiles of teachers, principals, and educators by giving them tools for an equitable inclusion of students with mild to severe visual impairment in the classroom environment. Thanks to the contributions of experts and collaborating organizations, the online course and its linked materials have achieved a high quality, with clear, didactic, and technical content combining science, didactics, and amenity.
Supporting the efforts to improve the access to a high quality inclusive school that promotes the training of students with mild to severe visual impairment along with the rest of the students. The Educational Software (O2) is an easily downloadable interactive application, accessible for free, and especially designed to be used by teachers in the classroom and families at home, which is why it was developed to be compatible with a large number of devices.
We raised awareness among schools and society in general about their responsibilities and commitment to the process of social integration of their members with disabilities. The project was very well received, and many organizations and individuals have taken an interest in it as a result of the visibility and dissemination activities carried out in the three partner countries.