Blended learning means an approach where modern digital possibilities and online educational materials are combined with traditional classroom methods to support the learning process.
Blended Learning for Inclusion aims to empower educators in using blended learning in schools, in an attempt to deal with the social and educational exclusion of students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
The project offers easily accessible and tailor-made solutions based on schools’ wishes to support digital knowhow, and to enhance digital inclusion and equality throughout Europe.
Who we are
The project is carried out simultaneously in five European countries: Finland, Spain, Cyprus, Greece and Ireland.
Diaconia University of Applied Sciences in Finland coordinates the project.
The collaborative partners are:
- Athens Lifelong Learning Institute in Greece
- European University Cyprus in Cyprus
- I & F Education and Development Ltd. in Ireland
- Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Spain
The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The duration of the project is from 1.9.2019 until 31.8.2022.
Project database and materials
The project database and material source for participating schools can be found here: link to the learning environment
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