The ALDO project: best practices on education for adults with learning disabilities

The ALDO project: best practices on education for adults with learning disabilities

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The ALDO project: best practices on education for adults with learning disabilities

The ALDO (Adults with a Learning Disability – Observatory of Best Practice) project is in its second year, and just entered its third phase. 

This project is instigating a series of European research studies to identify successful educational projects in the area ICT in education and training of disabled people. The project is going to develop an assessment mechanism to evaluate these based on especially defined criteria, and provide a virtual laboratory for teachers and trainers who work in this area to support them in engaging with the best practice models identified.

In May 2015, the  ALDO consortium finalized the assessment phase, which aimed at creating a robust model for the analysis and assessment of tools and resources developed by various project promoters throughout Europe and assess their continued relevance, transferability and exploitation potential. 

36 Best Practices have been selected, projects previously implemented all over Europe, which focus on adult persons with learning disabilities. All these Best Practices will be accessible through the ALDO Online Observatory and presented in a standardized format.

Read more about the ALDO project at the links below.

 

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