SCALED Supporting Content and Language Learning Across Diversity

Project facts

Project promoter:
University of Warsaw(PL)
Project Number:
In implementation
Initial project cost:
Donor Project Partners:
Oslo Metropolitan University(NO)

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The aim of the SCALED project is to develop a new educational offer - online course (interactive and self-study mode that can be adapted to onsite use) in the field of inclusive education methods, universal design for learning, differentiated instruction and methods of increasing the accessibility of the teaching process, content and materials in the context of foreign language teaching and education through language (EFL, CLIL, EMI). The course, based on the latest research findings and trends in education, will be part of the initial training and professional development of pre-service and in-service foreign language teachers and academic teachers. The project complements equity and anti-discrimination activities at the UW and responds to the needs of the academic and school community. The course will equip teachers with tools to eliminate barriers and effectively include all students in the language education process. Appropriate professional training of teachers in terms of responding to the diverse needs of all learners, especially people with special educational needs, is a necessary condition for social inclusion. Long-term benefits include equalizing educational opportunities and significantly improving the well-being of children and young people learning foreign languages and learning content through a foreign language. About 250 people will be directly involved in the project activities (seminars, survey, publications, piloting the course) and about 10,000 after its completion. The project is divided into 6 phases, each has a leader (Coordination, monitoring, risk management, quality assurance; Exchange of experience and good practices; Needs analysis; Development of a new educational offer; Pilot implementation and improvement; Promotion and sustainability). The course will be available as part of open educational resources and widely disseminated locally and internationally, and included in the educational offer of partner universities.

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