The Project

Learning foreign languages is very important to all, but it is more difficult to some of us. Traditional teaching methods are often less useful, thus discouraging for many dyslexic students. Our project aims to engage the beginner, or re-engage the formerly alienated dyslexic language learner – no matter what age, or academic level - to learning. This project builds on results and experiences gathered in Minerva project Calldysc, by further developing ideas, involving new types of user groups and expanding the original partnership towards new countries.

Applying the European social model where the environment is adapted to the needs of all, including the disabled learner, we offer learning through adaptable multimedia educational games and also authoring tools that allow teachers, parents or adults learners to tailor education to personal needs.
We offer:

  • Fun, dyslexia-friendly language learning games
  • Editing tools to personalize content
  • Online community of language teachers who can share and evaluate games and teaching ideas
  • Training for teachers and parents on dyslexia friendly language teaching with appropriate assistive technology
Education and Culture GD, Life long learning

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] 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.