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With the hot topic of ICT-enabled innovations for learning, the Learning at Home and in the Hospital - LeHo project will be kicked-off in January 2014.

With the hot topic of ICT-enabled innovations for learning, the Learning at Home and in the Hospital - LeHo project will be kicked-off in January 2014.

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    Learning at Home and at the Hospital - LeHo project explained Learning at Home and at the Hospital - LeHo project explained Presentation Transcript

    • LeHo Combined Dissemination Activities by EDEN at Online Educa 2013 Learning at Home and in the Hospital Presentation by Matteo Uggeri
    • Main project data      Programme: LLP – Key3 Multilateral Network Runtime: January 2014 – December 2016 Coordinator: Fondazione Politecnico di Milano (ITA) Contact person: Matteo Uggeri Partners:        Università degli Studi di Perugia (ITA) Bednet (BE), Staatliche Schule fur Kranke Muenchen (GER) MMB (GER) EDEN (UK) Funditec (ES) Children’s Hospital School of Leicester (UK) Third Country: 57357 - Children's Cancer Hospital (EG)
    • The starting point  Students in hospital or ill at home face isolation and cannot access mainstream education.  ICT can play a key role in providing better communication and mediation of the educational processes whilst a student is absent from school due to a medical condition.
    • The issue of HHE (Home and Hospital Education)  Providing education to children and youngsters with medical or psychological needs: a world-wide problem  Every country has its own solution for it.   Need for an international confrontation on this subject  In some countries there are online/digital solutions that may help the schools and the family to guarantee the right to education also to these children.
    • Objectives and targets - 1  Improving:  the education of the ill child with ICT:  by a connection with his own class/home school;  by a connection to a virtual classroom of ill students.  the profile and competencies of the hospital/home teacher in connection with technologies and their role.  the competencies of the workers involved (nurses, volunteers, technicians...) with ICT and their role.
    • Objectives and targets - 2  Provide helpful ICT solutions in terms of information and support to parents and families of students with medical needs.  Raise awareness of the contribution of ICT and digital media in support HHE beyond the network itself.
    • Aims of this project  Outline key educational factors & good practices needed by ill students;  Explore and design ICT-based solutions which will enable children in hospital, in home therapy, or who attend school part-time, to access education.  Verify how technology can impact on the methodology and pedagogy in Home and Hospital Education (HHE).
    • Not only for ill people  Moreover, the initiatives adopted in the HHE, which represents an educational extreme are designed to be innovative and to improve education in difficult contexts.   They may also be effectively applied in ‘normal’ didactical situations.
    • Find and follow us  Linkedin:  http://www.linkedin.com/groups/LeHo-LearningHome-in-Hospital-4966339  Website (not available yet):  www.lehoproject.eu
    • Find and follow us  Linkedin:  http://www.linkedin.com/groups/LeHo-LearningHome-in-Hospital-4966339  Website (not available yet):  www.lehoproject.eu