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CREATIVE WRITING AND READING ON MULTIMEDIA ENVIRONMENTS WITH STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Barbas, Maria Potes; Matos, Pedro

The T21 Community project is a European initiative, under the Erasmus + framework, which consists of a strategic partnership for youth with a Portuguese, Croatian and Italian consortium. One of the main aims of this project is to identify European citizens with disabilities, especially youngsters, and to capacitate them with basic, intermediate and advanced skills in social, professional and technological contexts (e.g. how to work as a team and network with others; how to proceed in a job interview; how to create digital contents). However, in this case, we analyzed a specific workshop - “Creative writing and reading on multimedia environments”. This workshop involved 18 youngsters with disabilities (6 per country) and 3 accompanying persons that were mainly teachers or technicians specialized in inclusive education. This workshop was particularly useful in order to understand alternative learning methodologies with the usage of adapted multimedia resources, specifically those with high interactive and intuitive components. In order to implement this process, the “learning tool” that was mainly analyzed was creative writing and reading and its integration in the learning prospects of students with disabilities.

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