Module 4: Inclusion and well-being

Congratulations, you have successfully completed module 4!

There is one more final assignment waiting for you:
In this picture, there are some suggestions about how collaboration and technologies may support teachers in facing the problems identified in the first column of the table. These suggestions have been made available thanks to teachers belonging to Filling the Gap partners schools.

collaboration and technologies

Guiding questions: What do you think about collaborative team culture at school? How would you implement it in the school you work at? What do you think about the role of technologies in teaching and non-teaching activities you carry on every day?

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Short description

This last module is dedicated to teachers and students’ psycho-physical well-being, starting from the understanding of how the brain learns and what types of adjustments, in terms of didactic planning and teaching strategies, can be made in order to improve the inclusiveness of the learning environments, both offline and online.

In the last part of the module, we will focus on teachers’ well-being, what are the main sources of stress, how to detect them early and what strategies and tools can be useful to reduce workload.


You will learn:

  • how the brain learns and how to capitalise all its possibilities and differences
  • how to structure a brain friendly lesson
  • which methodologies enable digital inclusion and how to implement them in the classroom
  • which activities favour students’ participation and activation
  • what factors affects teachers’ well-being negatively 
  • how collaborative work reduce teachers’ stressors
  • how technologies may reduce teachers’ workload
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Module Includes

  • 4 Lessons
  • 8 Topics
  • 1 Quiz