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The ITIDE project
Inclusion Training in Intellectual Disability for Educators in Europe
The background to ITIDE
• Inclusion improves outcomes for individuals
• Professionals need knowledge, skills,
understandin...
The ITIDE project
Department for Education (2011): online Training Materials
for Teachers of Learners with Severe, Profoun...
ITIDE partners
The organisations taking part are:
• Leeds Beckett University, England (lead partner)
• Anadolu University,...
Initial questionnaire: Satisfaction with
training
Initial questionnaire: Training needs
The next stage: adapting the online materials
• Each partner country is adapting the materials to their
language, culture,...
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7e M-Care: The ITIDE project

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On 1 December 2015, the final M-CARE conference was organised in Brussels, Belgium at VLEVA premises. The event “Caring for people with disabilities and older people: challenges, opportunities and (mobile/online) training solutions” focussed on the importance of good quality personal caregiving (PCG) for people with disabilities and older people. Focus was on caring in a broader perspective, and how M-CARE’s (mobile/online) training solutions can contribute to successful PCGs.

More information at:
http://mcare-project.eu/
http://twitter.com/MCareproject
http://www.facebook.com/MCareproj

This project (M-Care - 539913-LLP-1-2013-1-TR-LEONARDO-LMP) has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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7e M-Care: The ITIDE project

  1. 1. The ITIDE project Inclusion Training in Intellectual Disability for Educators in Europe
  2. 2. The background to ITIDE • Inclusion improves outcomes for individuals • Professionals need knowledge, skills, understanding and practice to provide this successfully • Training and inclusion levels vary across Europe • So we aim to: • Find out what the training needs are across Europe • Provide accessible, high quality online training materials
  3. 3. The ITIDE project Department for Education (2011): online Training Materials for Teachers of Learners with Severe, Profound and Complex Learning Difficulties – http://www.complexneeds.org.uk – 16 modules in 4 subject groups: 1. Understanding the child: development & difficulties 2. The legislative context 3. Talking & listening to families 4. Quality of Life
  4. 4. ITIDE partners The organisations taking part are: • Leeds Beckett University, England (lead partner) • Anadolu University, Turkey • SINN, Austria • ICEP Europe, Ireland • Marie Curie Association, Bulgaria • nasen, England • University of Limerick, Ireland • University of Madrid, Spain
  5. 5. Initial questionnaire: Satisfaction with training
  6. 6. Initial questionnaire: Training needs
  7. 7. The next stage: adapting the online materials • Each partner country is adapting the materials to their language, culture, health and education systems • Useful for professionals, parents and students • flexible, personalised learning approaches • customised training for different settings • ITIDE is linking the training materials to international accreditation pathways (such as the European Credit System for Vocational Education and Training). http://itide.sinn-evaluation.at/

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