Guidebook for additional support – IO3

Basic concepts for additional support in inclusive education

Guidebook explains the basic concepts of inclusive education and additional support in a set of infographics. The guidebook is available in different languages.

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Find here all the infographics for IO3: you can doload all of them from this zip file.




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Interprofessional teamwork
Author: CKSG Portorož, Slovenia
Abstract: Do you know what is the goal of the interprofessional teamwork? What, how, who and why? Let’s go to look closely with your team with the support of this infographic.Slovenia – CKSG



Mediated learning experience
Author: DYS-centrum Praha, Czech Republic
Abstract: Have you heard about the MLE? Are you sure what is mediation and what is not? Look closely to the infographic to find out.







Cooperative work among families, school, and therapists

Author: Imparole Centre, Milan, Italy
Abstract: Change can happen just when all the people around the child makes what they can.
Cooperative work among family, school and therapist is needed. How to do it and what to do you can find in the infographic.

Towards a Dynamic Transfer of Learning Perspective

Author: Imparole Centre, Milan, Italy
Abstract: The modifying environment is very important to help families understand the learning process. Together with a school and therapists it can then be easily transferred in a future learning perspective.




IO3 – Imparole
The early inclusion
Author: Karin Dom, Varna, Bulgaria
Abstract: How to work on early inclusion? Child is never alone in the world and system. We need to build such environment which can be helpful and can react flexibly to child’s needs.



Grunnlaget method

Author: Pedverket Kompetanse, Voss, Norway
Abstract: Helping children learn is basic for inclusion. Basic concepts for thinking facilitate adapting to new situations, engaging in social interactions and learning in general. It works. You can do it. Let’s look in the infographic.







PASS theory

Author: Pedverket Kompetanse, Voss, Norway
Abstract: Knowledge about how the brain works provides tools for understanding children’s unique characteristics, abilities, and learning needs. The
PASS theory helps us providing opportunities to achieve and maintain an acceptable level of learnin in the inclusive classroom, and to consider the
diversity of these characteristics and needs.




Reasonable accommodations
Author: University of Antwerp, Belgium
Abstract: The UN convention on equal rights of
persons with disabilities (CRPD) describes disability as a result of the interaction between a person and an inaccessible environment. For full and effective participation and inclusion in society, there is a need
for reasonable accommodations.
Universal Accessibility Tools
Author: Universita Cattolica, Milan, Italy
Abstract: What is accessible and under what
conditions? Do you think you prepare accessible materials, environment and provide accessible
services? Check with the infographic if it is true.

IO3 – Uni Cattolica

Mobility inclusion
Social Emotional learning
Author: University of Evora, Portugal
Abstract: How to reduce physical, communicational
barriers? Can you differentiate among active listening, assertiveness, empathic communication?
And how to build social and emotional