Research and analysis on inclusive programs

This collection of research aims to provide a common understanding of the current situation regarding:

  • inclusion programmes with a focus on language acquisition activities and migrant counselling services regarding the feasibility of implementing tailor-made solutions for participants with special needs;
  • level of e-skills and knowledge of trainers, language teachers and counsellors;
  • compiled list of digital resources identified by the interviewees who took part in the research

    The joint analysis provides a comprehensive look at language learning opportunities and counselling services, focusing on inclusion opportunities for service/integration programmes. It analyses the inclusiveness of these programmes and provides an easy and accessible overview of current problems and possible solutions.

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    Interactive pilot courses for learners

    Five pilot courses for students aimed at adult learners with migrant backgrounds who are feeling challenged by the online services as well as trainers and advisors who deal with immigrants. Each of the ready to use modules presents a different digital tool accompanied by a series of exercises for students that can make educational or counselling programs more inclusive. The goal is to test a new open pedagogical approach in implementing digital practices in different inclusion services programs.

    The courses are available in German, Greek, Italian, Danish and Swedish.


    Interactive learning platform

    A Moodle based interactive platform includes resources, materials, and tools developed within the project. This is an open and accessible educational learning space trainers and counsellors as well as learners. Supporting and promoting digital pedagogy, digital upskilling, and improved accessibility to integration programs are the main objectives.

    In the courses for learners, you will get an opportunity to get to know and to try out the following digital resources:, Learning Apps, Moodle accessibility features, Moodle voice and video messages and Moodle dictation tool.

    To get your login please write an email with “DPIP student” to a partner organisation in your country:

    The courses for trainers and advisors provide step by step instruction on how to use and implement the digital tools (, Learning Apps, Moodle accessibility features, Moodle voice and video messages and Moodle dictation tool) as well as useful methodological aspects.
    To get your login please write an email with “DPIP teacher” to a partner organisation in your country.

    Teachers will also receive access to the courses for learners.


    Interactive tutorials for trainers and counsellors

    The free, open, and simple-to-follow digital tutorials found here are geared toward a variety of professionals, such as trainers, educational institutions, immigrant counselling services, and integration services. You will learn how to locate and choose pre-existing digital materials and how to use them in teaching and counselling programs for immigrants. You will also get guidelines on how to develop programs that are inclusive while incorporating digital technologies that have been proven to work for immigrants with special needs.
    Each of the five interactive tutorials is available in English, German, Greek, Italian, Danish and Swedish.


    Guidebook on transferability to other sectors

    The guidebook on transferability of the digital pathways intends to clearly demonstrate how the project’s pilot programs may be applied in sectors other than adult education by integrating and adjusting their concepts and providing digital tool selection.
    The document also offers various ideas and recommendations for developing and putting into practice online services based on the unique circumstances of the participants, as well as a forum for experts to exchange knowledge and experience and solicit assistance.

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