The AILE project aims to develop a technological tool to meet the individual needs of all students.
Each student being unique, the challenge for teachers is great! Indeed, research shows that in terms of learning, the norm does not exist, it is diversity that is the rule. This tool is based on the principles of Universal Design for Learning, a model validated by neuroscience.
Thus, the goal is to improve the pedagogical approach of teachers vis-à-vis all learners by giving them a concrete opportunity to develop, from a single platform, material adapted to the needs of the students. (whether they have so-called specific needs or not). All the actors in the field are consulted at each phase of the project. Among the latter, we find teachers, administrators, students, parents, homework schools, professionals (speech therapists, psychologists, neuropsychologists, etc.).
AILE (Adaptive and Inclusive Learning Environment) is a European adaptive and inclusive learning project launched in Paris in September 2019. European countries, including Belgium, need to move towards more inclusive systems. In particular, schools must be inclusive and meet the needs of each student, whatever their characteristics.
The AILE platform allows students to work on adaptive educational activities.
Each student is associated with an adaptation profile, defined by the teacher and the student.
Each educational activity is then displayed according to the parameters integrated in the adaptation profile.
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