The key outputs of SENnet for teachers are case study videos and a set of professional development modules, described here. A detailed final report has been produced on the development and piloting of the modules
SENnet partners, led by the Portuguese education ministry, have created and localised a six-module course for teachers.
Modules (and screencasts in English presenting the structure of the course) (English):
PORTUGUESE PLATFORM - http://moodle.dgidc.min-edu.pt/course/view.php?id=520 and MOOC INCTEC 2014 http://inctec2014.blogspot.pt/ (Portuguese)
ENGLISH PLATFORM - moodle.dgidc.min-edu.pt/course/view.php?id=482 (English) No registration needed, just click on the visitor button ('Entrar como visitante')
AUSTRIAN PLATFORM - http://www3.edumoodle.at/sennet/course/view.php?id=2 (German) - the original Portuguese content was adapted for self-access learning
BELGIAN PLATFORM - http://www.letop.be/e-learning/hoofdpagina (Flemish)
ESTONIAN PLATFORM - http://www.koolielu.ee/ - tutored courses (Estonian)
TURKISH PLATFORM - http://www.eba.gov.tr/sennet - resources and advice for teachers (Turkish)
MOOC INCTEC 2014 was a massive open online course resulting from the fusion of the previous course/modules took place in Portugal in the first semester of 2014, totally free and open to anybody interested in inclusion and technology issues. It was delivered in Portuguese and opened to enrolments from Brazil and Portuguese-speaking African countries with 927 enrolments.
It was delivered using only open tools, the main website using Blogger - http://inctec2014.blogspot.pt/ and Google tools - google forms/questionnaires.
Social media used:
Other open tools were used as aggregators of resources and activities, such as:
Screencast highlighting some of the artifacts produced along the MOOC by participants: http://youtu.be/FZZrw7VZcAE (embed)
Watch the recording (60 minutes, English).
The ICT4IAL project aims to improve the accessibility of information used in schools. Guidelines are forthcoming but here are some useful links: