The project “Strategies for Inclusion” entered a new phase with the selection of team members for the special interest groups that will work on the development of educational materials that will focus on removing barriers to high-quality history and citizenship education. The materials will be developed by two groups, that will meet in parallel from 3-8 April in Warsaw, Poland at the Educational Research Institute. The special interest group on learner variability and motivation exists of educators from Czech Republic, Germany, Georgia, Greece and United Kingdom, and partner representatives from Agrupamento de Escolas Coimbra Centro (Portugal). The group focusing on students that are deaf and hard-of-hearing and/or blind and partially-sighted includes educators from Croatia, Estonia, Montenegro, and partner representatives from CIVITAS (Armenia), the Zavod za gluhe in naglušne school (Slovenia) and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway). During the meeting the teams will get familiarized with the project outline, brainstorm on the concepts, identify the barriers they want to focus on, and visit special school in Warsaw. For more information on the project have a look at our project page.
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May 17, 2023
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