May was a very busy month for the IMAS II project! After six months of working ‘behind the scenes’, the project partners met in Coimbra, Portugal to present and revise the first draft of their ‘knowledge boxes’. These knowledge boxes contain theoretical and practical information, good-practice examples, case-studies as well as strategies and approaches for supporting children with special education needs in school. The project’s first training activity also took place in Lousã, Portugal from the 8th - 10th of May where assistants from the partner countries experienced two days of training in using two of the knowledge boxes prepared by the consortium.
Read the project’s latest newsletter to find out more about the project’s knowledge boxes and what they go up to in Portugal here.