New Tools for Inclusion of Dyslexic studEnts. Good practices towards guidance
The TIDE project “new Tools for Inclusion of Dyslexic studEnts“, funded by the European Commission within the ERASMUS+ Programme, Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnership, foresees the collaboration among the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, being the project leader, ForModena, the vocational training agency of the Municipality of Modena, the Goldsmiths, University of London, the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and the Vienna Board of Education, being the public body responsible for education in the Federal Province of Vienna.
This course is intended as a mini-guide aimed at teachers and operators involved in the delicate phase of guidance for students with Specific Learning Disorders. It contains indications and practical suggestions on how to support these students in the transition from secondary school to university. The course represents the effort to find proper ways of accompanying the students in the transition and sharing good practices at European level facilitating the exchange among different countries with the aim of guaranteeing the universal right to study. In drafting these indications, consideration was given to the particular characteristic of students with Specific Learning Disorders and also to the different cultural and linguistic systems that influence the evolutionary trajectory.
The course is delivered in English. Some modules can also be provided in Italian and German.
This course is intended as a mini-guide aimed at teachers and operators involved in the delicate phase of guidance for students with Specific Learning Disorders. It contains indications and practical suggestions on how to support these students in the transition from secondary school to university.
|Provided By||Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia|
|Type of provider||European project|
|Learning opportunity type||MOOC|
|Admission procedure||Open to all|
|Entry requirements note||No specific prerequisites are required.|
|Price details||for free|
|Type of credential||Open Badge|