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The Project


GUIDE - Guidelines for Teachers Working with Students with Medium-light Cognitive Impairment is a European project co-financed by the European Commission under the Lifelong Learning Programme – Comenius Multilateral action (ref. no. 526283-LLP-1-2012-1-IT-COMENIUS-CMP). The project GUIDE started in December 2012 will last till May 2015.


This project was developed by a group of organizations whose mission is supporting SEN students in schools and/or training teachers. By cooperating together they want to improve the capability of teachers to work with SEN students towards inclusive education.


The selected partnership was set up after a feasibility study carried out starting from August 2011.


The project was built starting from the fact that in many EU countries too often ordinary teachers are not properly trained to deal with SEN students.


The support for students with SEN depends on the severity of the need. Students with medium-light cognitive impairment (MLCI) usually are taught in ordinary classes, so teachers in mainstream schools often have not specialized in working with them, considering also that emotional and behavioural difficulties and physical disabilities require different teaching strategies.


The project is focused on teachers working in secondary schools with students aged around 12-18 years, depending on national education systems. The cooperation among the partner organizations will lead to the setting up of two main products aiming to support teachers working with students with MLCI.


A manual "Teaching strategies with students with MLCI".


An e-learning training course for teachers working with students with MLCI.


Guidelines for Teachers working with students with MLCI, a short document whose aim is to summarize the main results obtained during the project’s implementation.

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Reference number: 526283-LLP-1-2012-1-IT-COMENIUS-CMP