Output 3 :
Open course (available soon)
SUSKIDS Final Conference
Presentation of VLE. Keynotes from partners
- Sara Pavia (Trinity College Dublin): Content creation and the adoption of behaviour traits. Download slideshow
- Consuelo Sanz (Asociacion Sindrome Down Burgos). First experiences in using the VLE.
- Chiara Pietrantoni and Davy Nijs (UCLL) . The Use of digital technologies to enable people with disabilities to learn.
Workshop 1: Testing the activities in the Virtual Learning Environment
During this workshop, our coordinator Sara Gutierrez explained the objective of the Virtual Learning Environment, and the main features.
Workshop 2: Tutorial on the use and adaptation of the VLE in your classroom
- Javier Sancho (Bjäland): Use and adaptation of the VLE.
- Aran Blanco (KVeloce): Creation and management of users at the platform. Download slideshow
Evaluation guidelines and evaluation activities
- O3. Open course validated and recognised by the National Frameworks of Qualifications (NCCA)
- O4. Evaluation guidelines validated and recognised by the European Framework of Qualifications (UCLL). Download slideshow
Video presentation of Virtual Learning Environment (Spanish)
Videos and presentations of the First Multiplier Event (Burgos).
- Opening First Multiplier Event in Burgos
- UBU: Presentation of the Project: goals and scope of SUSKIDS project. Click here to download the slideshow
- Bjäland: ITC tool (VLE). Click here to download the slideshow
- NCCA: Evaluation Levels. Click here to download the slideshow.
- Down Burgos: Adaptation of contents and methodologies. Click here to download the slideshow
- Trinity College Dublin: Creation of contents. Click here to download the slideshow.
- UCLL: Use of ITC in different educational environments. Click here to download the slideshow.
- Pedro Sánchez: Augmented Reality as an educational resource. Click here to download the slideshow
- Isabel Alonso: The importance of ITCs for Down Syndrome Individuals
- Roundtable: Use of ITCs for treating diversity
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