Role of CVBF



The SPASD project is aimed to strengthen the teacher’s knowledge and skills in conducting inclusive classrooms and dealing with complex classroom realities. The project proposes a set of activities that respond to the following objectives:

1) strengthen the knowledge and skills of conducting inclusive classrooms and dealing with complex classroom realities for 800 teachers from mainstream schools in 4 countries through e-learning;
2) support teachers from 12 schools in acquiring/improving the use of ICT in teaching ASD children;ù
3) improving access of teachers to high quality learning through a set of 4 original e-learning materials disseminated towards over 120 local and national school authorities.

The project foreseen the delivery of four e-learning modules (intellectual output) dedicated to school teachers:

O1) general information on ASD, understanding and managing ASD in the classroom;
O2) curriculum adaptation for students with ASD;
O3) using ICT in teaching ASD students;
O4) helping students with ASD transitioning from school to adult life.

CVBF is responsible for the communication and dissemination activities as well as the e-learning program management.


European Commission – Horizon 2020 Programme




2 Years


Universitair Medisch Centrum Groningen/Academisch Ziekenhuis (UMCG) – The Netherlands; Consorzio per Valutazioni Biologiche e Farmacologiche (CVBF) – Italy; Universitatea Babes Bolyai (UBB) – Romania; Fundacja Synapsis – Poland.