Information about all the meetings of this project.

Final European event on European diversity design for inclusive and personalised education (Presented on: 4th June 2021)

The project provides educational professionals with the required knowledge, tools and devices to assess the individual needs of each student and personalise the educational technological resources using ICT (allowing students learning through adapted interface, software, buttons, etc). As such, the project will provide children with preserved intelligence and physical disabilities (upper limb) a device and/or a technological application that is easy to use, affordable and with fast response, that provides autonomy in the accomplishment of their academic works, therefore, leading to greater school/educational success, self-esteem, and motivation of achievement, promoting their quality of life and reducing the burden on their families.


10:00 – 10:15Welcome and introduction to Euroddip_e projectPhoenixKM
Karel Van Isacker
10:15 – 11:00IO1: Methodology to evaluate disabled students’ capacities for educational devices personalisation

Presentation EURODDIP-CAP: Methodology And Guidelines For The Detection Of Student Capabilities For Educational Inclusion: Their purpose is to contribute to the educational inclusion of children with disabilities, empowering education professionals who work with students who have intellectual disability and physical (upper limbs) disabilities, to detect the capabilities of students, to evaluate them, and to personalize educational devices using Information and Communications Technology (ICT).

Questions and answers (5 minutes)

Universidad De Burgos
Dr. Beatriz Núñez Angulo
EURODDIP-e Project Coordinator
Area of Didactics and School Organisation
11:00 – 11:45IO2: Software to personalise educational devices for disabled students

Presentation Euroddip_e toolkit which provides students a personalized environment that meets the needs of their impairment, relevant to their computer use in an inclusive educational setting.

Questions and answers (5 minutes)

UC Leuven-Limburg
MA. Andy Veltjen, Senior Researcher
Research & Expertise, Group Digital Solutions, Area of Technology Enhanced Learning
11:45 – 12:00Break 
12:00 – 12:45IO3: Hardware to support devices’ personalisation for disabled students

Presentation of various suggested solutions and 3D-printing towards the affordable development of assistive technologies for usage in inclusive school education settings.

Questions and answers (5 minutes)

Universidad De Burgos
Dr. Beatriz Núñez Angulo
EURODDIP-e Project Coordinator
Area of Didactics and School Organisation Wilco M.H. Verbeeten
Associate Professor
Area of Continuum Mechanics
12:45 – 13:30Relevant large scale inclusive education initiatives:

MyHub – one-stop-shop on inclusion practices, tools, resources and methods for the pedagogical staff at formal and non-formal educational institutions – – 604454-EPP-1-2018-1-LV-EPPKA3-IPI-SOC-IN

Embracing diversity in ASIA through the adoption of Inclusive Open Practices (DIVERSASIA) – – 618615-EPP-1-2020-1-UKEPPKA2-CBHEJP

An AI Tool to Predict Engagement and ‘Meltdown’ Events in Students with Autism (AI TOP) – – 2020-1-UK01-KA201-079167

Questions and answers (5 minutes)

University of Latvia
Asoc. Prof. Dita Nīmante
Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art
Director of Master program “Educational sciences”, Latvia Science Council expert in Social pedagogy.

Nottingham Trent University
Mufti Mahmud, PhD
Senior Lecturer of Computer Science

Nottingham Trent University
Prof. David J Brown
Professor in Interactive Systems for Social Inclusion
School of Science & Technology

13:30End of sessions

Closing words

Karel Van Isacker

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