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Online Training Course - Teaching


The most common theoretical approaches that appear both in the literature and in the empirical data of the IHES project, from a "teaching" point of view, are a) social paradigm of disability; b) independent living; and c) universal learning design. These will be briefly explained below through theoretical notions as well as the opinions of specialists from four different countries (Spain, Italy, Ireland, and Portugal) and different stakeholders from these same countries (students with and without disabilities, university professors/researchers, and staff). university administration).