These are some of the eLearning activities and games we have created to better understand our rights based on the UNCRPD
Sharing our tool with Politicians
We didn’t only create tools to help ourselves we also want to share with others.
Using LETITBE to Teach in classroom
Mefacilyta doesn’t only work on smartphones and tablets you can also use it in the classroom using Samsung Flip.
LETITBE project pursues two general objectives: 1) enhance the social and professional inclusion of adult learners with disabilities through an increased use of digital technologies; 2) make educational centers more inclusive, participatory and respectful of the rights of learners with disabilities.
The project will support the personal and professional growth of adult learners with disabilities in a digital learning environment. LeTITBE leverages also the potential of modern ICTs (particularly smartphones and tablets) to facilitate and speed up the learning process of adults with disabilities. This will create innovative and modern pedagogical approaches at the service of the needs and competences of learners with disabilities and enrich the offer of Open Educational Resources. Reinforcing digital skills is as vital as literacy and numeracy because Europe needs digitally competent people who are not only able to use but also to innovate and grow while using these technologies.
This protocol set of concrete measures to strengthen, promote, and improve the compliance of ten rights selected through an inclusive co-design process in six partnering countries. The articles were the most relevant to the self-advocates. The different measures and supports are organized in three different levels (government, organizational, and user-level). The transformation process to support equal rights for people with disabilities requires systemic global change, which involves many stakeholders and which we all have a responsibility to support.
A manual with the pedagogical route that explains how to get the most out of this digital platform for educators and people with disabilities.