In several European countries, learning difficulties or disabilities such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia and dysorthography have only recently been subject of detailed studies, this because, unlike other forms of “disability”, they have impact only in certain aspects of life of an individual. This kind of difficulties/disabilities, especially when not recognized and identified, can represent real obstacle for a successful school career.
TIDE will collect data, good practice and methodologies in the field of inclusive education in all European country involved and will develop new and more adequate tools that teachers, educators and trainers can use with students with special educational needs.
This tools will be shared at all levels of educational system from secondary schools, vocational training institutions and universities. This will facilitate the passage of students with special educational needs from one level of education to the following