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Teaching History for Disable Students Through Digitilized Gamification Tools



Project Number : 2021-1-PL01-KA220-SCH-000023916


  • 01Panstwowa Wyzsza Szkola Zawodowa W Tarnowie (E10158820 - Poland) (COORDINATOR)
  • 02Avrupa Yenilikçi Toplum Derneği (E10258369 - Turkey)
  • 03Zdruzenie Institut Za Razvoj Na Zaednicata (E10094504 - The Republic of North Macedonia)
  • 04Istituto d'Istruzione Superiore Mandralisca (E10187880 - Italy)
  • 05 Stichting International Excellence Reserve (E10028026 - Netherlands)
  • 06 Scoala Gimnaziala Speciala Pentru Deficienti De Vedere (E10128887 - Romania)



Even there are millions of Open Education Resources (OERs) to promote these. Yet, %80 of them fail in the process because it is not understood what gamification tools are. The Eurostat 2020 statistics found that 23,9 per cent of young people are disabled and lack the full basic digital skills. 4.3 million (8%) have no basic digital skills at all.

2⁄3 Large enterprises indicate a shortage of ICT specialists in the labour market (DESI 2020). The overall objective of the project is to develop a course on understanding, teaching History through gamification to disabled young students, and teachers through gamification and blended learning approach.


  • 01 Supporting the capacity building of mainstream and special education history teachers in primary and secondary education
  • 02Supporting teachers and improving their key competencies by using gamification in the history classroom
  • 03Creation of gamification software and tools related to history topics
  • 04Digitalization of the gamification tools by the creation of a gamification platform and a mobile application
  • 05Supporting teachers in using and sharing effective methods in learning and recognizing history for students with fewer opportunities (visual problems, hearing problems, intellectual problems аnd dyslexia), addressing the opportunities and implications of digitalization
  • 06Fostering inclusion of students with fewer opportunities
  • 07Fostering equality in learning history for students with fewer opportunities
  • 08Promoting intercultural dialogue and strengthening knowledge and acceptance of diversity in society
  • 09Recognizing and validating the work of history teachers in non-formal and informal learning on European, national, regional and local levels
  • 10Promoting diversity, intercultural and inter-religious dialogue, as well as the common values of freedom, tolerance and respect of the human and social right