Title New Paths to InclUsion Network
Project Number 527631-LLP-1-2012-1-AT-LEONARDO-LNW
Product Online Knowledge Centre
Title Online Knowledge Centre
Product Type website
The New Paths to InclUsion Network empowered organisations to find and create change from within, following the ground breaking Theory U. Having gone through the process, partners can now share their learning, and guide others on the journey to a better life for all. The Online Knowledge Centre is meant to be a one-stop-shop for organisational change. You can find a six-module curriculum in person-centred approaches, as well as related multiplication courses. You can also discover different Theory U tools, and get inspired by success stories from our partners.
The Online Knowledge Centre is meant to be a "living" online space, which will only grow in the next days and months, once more and more knowledge seeds are planted, and experiences are collected!
We have collected and developed a whole range of materials. In the Online Knowledge centre VET providers, organisations, self-advocates, families, policy makers and independent change makers in the field of disability and social services now find the largest online available source of information on
- Person-centred Planning (including the New Paths Curriculum, Tools and Methods, Quality Standards for trainers, Inclusion Star with 5 valued experiences of Inclusion),
- Organisational Change (Multiplication Course, Application Stories, Training and Process Facilitation Materials),
- Community Inclusion (Multiplication Course, Examples of Good Practice, Guidance to Organise Sensing Journeys),
- Inclusive Learning and Creating Inclusive Spaces of Learning (Multiplication Course, Training Materials, Handbook in Easy to Read, Evaluation sheet),
- Theory U (Introduction in Easy to Read – adapted tools and stories of application) as well a
- thorough and detailed documentation and reflection about our processes and further resources.
Target group VET-schools, Trainers, Coaches, Organisations providing services for people with disabilities, policy makers, Interested Public
Area of application