Would you like help to improve the educational and labour opportunities to youngsters with Down Syndrome?
Currently, social and educational policies for people with Down Syndrome are addressed to provide them with basic professional training for their early inclusion in the labour market
Nevertheless, although many researchers have recognised that environmental education has benefits since it increases the learning engagement, improves observation skills and the logical thinking, there is a lack of tools to transfer these sustainable competencies and knowledge to children and youngsters with special educational needs.
The partners of SUSKIDS project have collaborated to deliver the Toolkit for recycling skills knowledge transfer to DS individuals
, which is a collection of learning materials, methodological guidelines and practical examples in the field of teaching recycling and construction skills to Down Syndrome individuals. This Toolkit is aimed especially at professionals working with people with Down Syndrome, but also families and associations committed to improving their inclusion possibilities
We would like to hear the opinion of the public about our toolkit, by filling in the form below
With a few minutes of your time, you will be helping us!