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The SMiLD project was presented in a number of events in order to report about the activities carried out and the results achieved.

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Title of the Conference
Mainstreaming Toolkit and Guidelines in Poland (E1)
Date of the conference:
8 - 9 March 2021
Place of the conference:
Swidnik, Poland
Description of the conference:
Due to the coronavirus pandemic the organisers decided to hold two events on the 8th and 9th of March at two different venues to ensure the safety of the participants. Moreover, the participants of each event were divided into two groups in order to allow better distancing. Both events followed the same programme and featured the same presenters to ensure the same quality of each event. The event held on the 8th March was attended by 21 participants whereas the event organised on 9th March was attended by 22 participants. They were mathematics teachers, special needs teachers who support students with learning difficulties and disabilities, as well as school psychologists, pedagogists and teachers' assistants and trainees. At the beginning of the events the participants were divided into groups and went to separate areas where they stayed till the end of the event. After greeting the guests and all the participants, Mr Pasnikowski and Ms. Seremak (each in separate groups) started discussing the reality of Polish schools and the benefits that come from participating in Erasmus+ programme. Then they went on to present the website of the SMiLD project and showed the participants where each intellectual output was located and how to access it. They also explained the innovative approach of the project to the problem of learning difficulties and disabilities thanks to the application of UDL and FasMed principles. In the next part of the event, the speakers discussed in detail the composition and functionality of the B1 and B2 questionnaires, as well as the ideas to use these identification tools in class. They explained that the B1 questionnaire should be given to all students in order to make an initial analysis. Consequently, this will allow teachers to analyse the results and divide students into specific categories. They also presented the results of the questionnaires taken at school and talked about the implementation of the B2 questionnaire. The participants had a chance to take a closer look at the questionnaires and see how each task corresponded to the specific area of mathematics and cognitive skills. After a 30-minute coffee break, the participants of each group took part in 3 workshops devoted to formative assessment and the use of online applications, such as GeoGebra and The speakers who ran this part of the event had taken part in the SMiLD project and tested the intellectual outputs. The participants were shown how to apply them during distance education and how they can improve students' performance. The speakers talked about the composition of intervention tools, which they helped to create, and how the implementation of UDL and FasMed principles helps students acquire mathematical knowledge and overcome obstacles and learning difficulties. They also discussed how the principles could be applied in each lesson. The last part of the event was the closing ceremonies during which the participants were awarded certificates of attendance. The organizers thanked everybody for their attendance despite the difficult circumstances connected to the coronavirus pandemic. The participants expressed their interest in using the intervention and monitoring tools as well as the guidance in their work with students.
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The SMiLD project (2018-1­IT02­KA201­048274) is funded by the European Commission through the Italian National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme. This web site reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.