Result 1

Virtual Library

The Virtual Library contains digital materials adapted for SEN pupils. The digital materials consist of: short movies, virtual stories, applications, PPT, etc. These materials are suitable both for online and face to face activities and adapted/destined to special educational needs learners from special or inclusive schools. Also, the materials are available in English, Romanian, Greek, Turkish, Portuguese, Spanish and Slovenian. The 6 main development areas, respecting guidance from each partner country curricula are:

1) cognitive development

2) language and communication

3) psychomotor skills (fine and gross; colors, shape, body scheme, spatial temporal orientation)

4) sensory stimulation

5) basic skills (eating, washing, dressing)

6) socio-emotional skills.

That are developed on age level, for – primary, secondary, gymnasium and vocational.

The digital materials have been developed by SEN specialists of partner schools, who have participated in international or local workshops acquiring the support of ICT experts.

By Development Areas

The 6 main development areas, respecting guidance from each partner country curricula are:

  • Cognitive Development
  • Language & Communication
  • Psychomotor Skills
  • Sensory Stimulation
  • Basic Skills
  • Socio-emotional Skills

By Levels

These are also developed based on age level for:

  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Gymnasium and Vocational

Result 2

Practical Guide “How to create a digital educational resource?

The Practical Guide contains theoretical and practical aspects on the following topics:
Chapter 1: Necessary steps to follow for creating digital materials
Chapter 2: Describing tools and platforms to be used
Chapter 3: Examples of digital materials described
Chapter 4: On-line resources

Digital Tools for SEN Teachers

A list of +40 Digital Tools to help teachers create their educational materials.

  • Content
  • Screen
  • Learning
  • Engagement
  • Sharing
  • Other Tools

The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.