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The third transnational meeting of the Ready Teddy Go project!

By November 17, 2022November 21st, 2022No Comments
🔊The partners of the “READY, TEDDY GO!” project met for their third Transnational Project Meeting (TPM) in Reus, Spain. Partners discussed the progress of the second, third and fourth Project Results and planned their next steps.
🔎The second Project Result (PR3) includes the development of the teaching material, which is specifically designed to support special-needs educators. The material created includes a range of different modules and aims to enhance the knowledge of parents and educators in terms of techniques that can be utilized during the learning process of children with autism, and how can these strategies assist children in the development of social and communication skills.
🔎The third Project Result (PR3) is concerned with the creation of a digital TEDDY Avatar which aims to develop digital competences as well as social, cognitive and communication skills of children with autism. 🐻 The TEDDY performs different tasks and expressions which can aid in the learning of these children in an interactive and fun manner.
🔎The forth Project Result (PR4) involves the creation of the project website and platform which will hold all of the outputs of this project. Users and be able to find all of the material and use it for free in an easy and accessible manner.
🙌 A big thank you to the project coordinator Politechnika Lodzka (Poland) and to theAssociacio Programes Educatius Open Europe (Spain) for their hospitality, in addition to the other partners involved in the project; Fundacja Instytut Re-Integracji Spoleczne (Poland), Fondazione Istituto dei Sordi di Torino ONLUS (Italy), e-Nable Greece (Greece) and Sutrikusio intelekto zmoniu globos bendrija “Vilniaus Viltis” (Lithuania) for their active participation!
For more information about our project, visit https://readyteddygo.eu/
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