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Target Groups

THE PROJECT IS ADDRESSED TO:

Teacher dealing with students with IDD

Students with IDD

Decision makers

Caretakers and parents

Outputs

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Adapting Resources, Methodologies and Tools by IDD

A database of tools and resources to provide the knowledge to facilitate adapting robotics and active learning methodologies for different IDD.

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Teacher Training Package

An online course to be carried out in other institutions beyond the partnership that can be useful for training teachers from the associated partners

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Technical ecosystem & Community of practice

A Community of Practice to spread the result and be able to maintain it after the project is finished

The RoboSteamsen project is funded, by the European Commission through the Spanish National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme

Latest News

31-01-2024

First partners meeting

The second partners’ meeting took place in Florence, Italy on 30 – 31 January 2024. Miguel Gonzalez and Lorenzo Martellini presented the project and the activities to be carried out. The meeting was an opportunity to check the ongoing work on the literature review and the administration of questionnaires in schools. Moreover, partners had the chance to introduce the next tasks related to the development of a taxonomy and a User Model based on the research done so far.

13-10-2023

Preliminary meeting

The online meeting was held on 13 October 2023. Miguel Gonzalez and Andrea Anzanello presented the project and the activities to be carried out. The meeting was also an opportunity for the partners to get to know each other and discuss all details related to the next project's activities. At the end of the meeting, all the partners had a clear view of the future project's implementation and the next activities.

01-10-2023

RoboSteamsen

The RoboSteamsen project is funded by the European Commission through the Spanish National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme with the aims to understand disabled students needs and adapting robotics and active learning methodologies to their different disabilities in order to personalise their learning.
The RoboSteamsen project is funded by the European Commission through the Spanish National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme with the aims to understand disabled students needs and adapting robotics and active learning methodologies to their different disabilities in order to personalise their learning.