This guideline will be an important tool for the staff related to educational work (trainers, teachers, etc.) with people with SpLD, in order to understand the theoretical aspects of the technology that they are going to apply within the framework of Brave New Words’ Project.

This guideline is very user-friendly for people without high technical skills, and it gives a basic knowledge on 3D Printing and Augmented Reality: theory, story, types, main use, etc.) 

For educators and teachers, the biggest difficulty is how to use new technologies, which are available to help students to learn and solve their problems. The adoption of these new technologies in the learning curriculum is often stifled due to fact that 3D printers and programming frameworks and libraries of AR are considered too difficult to use.

Moreover, if the trainer has no high skills in design and programming. This is the reason why it is very important to create and disseminate good practices in the implementation of new technologies, such as 3D Printing and AR to and encourage educators to use them.

3D Printing and AR that are definitively supporting education and this project aims to promote innovative practices to support a wide number of educators that daily deal with students that can theoretically reach the same learning goals but need specific and personalized learning plans.

Brave New Words 100% addresses the philosophy that, in the learning process the starting point may change, but the arrival point can be the same for all the learners. Through these goals the project is willing to promote the inclusion equity in teaching and education to learners with and without learning disorders and special needs.







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