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O2 - APP and Tool Multiplier

 

APP and Tool Multiplier

APP and Tool Multiplier is a learning platform for professionals addressing online tools for the planning, assessing, documenting and evaluating support processes. 

Complementary to the concrete-child-centered SEN-APP-ADVISOR the APP-TRAINING addresses organsiatorical aspects of ECEC. APP and Tool Multiplier  aims at the online training for rather complex ICT tools like electronic assessment, documentation and evaluation tools available in EU 28 (e.g. AIRMES; Resilience Map, ICF-CY-planning / documentation / training tools, …). 

Multiplying for these tools is implemented in form of ODL (Open Distance Learning)

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Online Demo ICF-TRAIN Documentation and Evaluation Tool

ICF-CY is considered as the major (WHO defined) standard and most important method for describing and assessing limitations AND resources in the field of early childhood education and early intervention in a comparable way.

The Online Demo of the ICF-TRAIN Documentation and Evaluation Tool demonstrates the possibilities of an ICF-CY based online documentation and evaluation tool to be used within Early Childhood Education and Care.

At the same time this tool enables learning ICF-CY through the review of early intervention processes, the associated ICF-CY descriptions and the intervention goals derived therefrom.

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