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Progress meeting on training guides

Lug 12, 2021 | News

Here we are at our third PINC partner meeting on 9th July 2020: PINC partners are now on the way towards completion of the draft training guides on inclusive play, active games for all and inclusive educational communities. We discussed about questions such as:  What is the State of Play of inclusive education in EU countries? How can play facilitate inclusion, and what is the role of teachers in school play spaces? Which good practices of social inclusion are there in the partner countries?

Responses to these and many more questions will soon be revealed in the PINC guides for Students of Educational/Sports Sciences, which will be finalised in September. So very soon, here on our website and in a Newsletter, we will share piece for piece more insights into the contents of the PINC manuals. Following their finalisation, the guides will be tested in practice in pilot training activities at partner universities in Spain, Czech Republic, Greece, Netherlands and Italy. Stay tuned and follow us also on our Facebook and LinkedIn pages!