the project

The TuDOrs project is targeting to foreign language teachers and training providers.

The Project is aiming to improve the knowledge and skills of foreign language teachers, to enhance how they teach people with learning disabilities, by using innovative methods and practices.

An important aspect of the project is to strengthen soft and transversal skills of teachers, for the inclusion of disabled learners in educational activities.

The objectives of the project are to:

  • Increase the awareness of foreign language teachers, in teaching people with learning disabilities;
  • Upgrade the training skills and competences of foreign language teachers;
  • Promote inclusive education.

Objectives

The objectives of the project are to:

  • Increase the awareness of foreign language teachers, in teaching people with learning disabilities;
  • Upgrade the training skills and competences of foreign language teachers;
  • Promote inclusive education.

Results

  • minimum 30 good practices from EU countries, in teaching foreign languages to people with learning disabilities
  • more than 100 experts in foreign languages and learning disabilities will be involved to the development of project’s outputs
  • minimum 140 foreign language teachers will be trained through the TuDOrs Online Training Programme
  • minimum 200 foreign language teachers will use the Self-evaluation Tool for measuring their skills and competencies
  • development of all project outputs in six languages: English, Greek, Slovenian, Spanish, Italian and Romanian
  • minimum 7 multiplier events will be organised in partners’ countries
  • minimum 80 foreign language institutions and organisations for learning disabilities will be reached during the project’s lifetime;
  • more than 1.500 individuals will be reached through dissemination activities;

Target Groups

  • Direct
  • Indirect
  • Other Stakeholders
  • foreign language teachers
  • foreign language educational institutions
  • adult education institutions, which provide foreign language courses
  • people with learning disabilities and their families
  • professionals in foreign languages
  • professionals in the field of learning disabilities
  • foreign language teachers associations
  • associations for learning disabilities
  • local, regional, national authorities responsible for education
  • universities