The results expected are almost all explained in the Intellectual outputs, Multiplier Events and in Training and Teaching Activities. We expect both tangible (the ones that will be the actual products of the activities) and intangible (the ones that we don't see as a form of a product but are important achievements that cannot be neglected) results.
During the project we expect to share good practices among partners in order to create an actual development of innovation. The innovative elements, already stated in this document will surround the training and production (writing of the book) activities developed and designed for and with Down syndrome young people. By having the input of the many agents’ partners (higher education institution, associations and enterprise) and stakeholders with expertise in various fields (like ICTs, business, formal and non formal training and social inclusion), we aim to develop the best methodologies to apply in the training of these citizens. And, with that to positively change their lives, both in academic and skills terms, but also in other competences socially and culturally important to their inclusion in the society and in the labour market.
In terms of outputs developed and produce that will represent tangible results, there will be:
- Meeting reports in each transnational meeting;
- e-Skills educational content, in various formats (e.g. video, text), based on the basic digital competences areas identified by the European Commission in the DIGCOMP;
- Various eBooks with the pedagogical guidelines and methodologies;
- An innovative Web TV platform for the educational content
- A blended mobility learning activity in Portugal in Down Syndrome citizens from all partnership countries.
- Creative writing eBook on touristic and thematic short stories (romance, adventure, nature, monuments, arts, gastronomy, fun…)
In terms of intangible results some of them are already underlined in the document but in a systematic way, we aim to increase:
- The knowledge on the subject of Down Syndrome teaching and learning (mainly non-formal);
- The increasing ICT skills of this youth citizens;
- The social and cultural competences of the Down syndrome citizens;
- The awareness of this reality in Europe and in the partner countries;
We are therefore confident that these results may last long after the completion of the project, and that can promote an upskilling and the employability of this citizens, by using the best methodologies we can, and that can be applied and replicated in other European countries.