In order to inform the wider public on the results achieved within the project “MyHUB - a one-stop-shop on inclusion practices, tools, resources and methods for the pedagogical staff at formal and non-formal educational institutions”, videos have been created, informative letters have been sent out, informative seminars and thematic workshops have been held, and a conference has been prepared.

At the end of 2021, a group of researchers from the University of Latvia together with partners in Bulgaria, Cyprus and Belgium will complete work in the project “MyHUB - a one-stop-shop on inclusion practices, tools, resources and methods for the pedagogical staff at formal and non-formal educational institutions” (604454-EPP-1-2018-1-LV-EPPKA3-IPI-SOC-IN).

The results of the project were presented in 11 informative seminars and 17 thematic workshops to pre-school, primary and secondary school teachers, directors and deputy directors of educational institutions, teaching methodologists, organizers of further education; social workers and youth workers; representatives of non-governmental organizations; education policy makers - heads of education administrations and their employees, inclusive education policy makers from both local governments and state level institutions, representatives of the Ministry of Education and Science, etc. In total, more than 2,500 people have received information about the results of the project.

Three scientific articles on inclusive education have been prepared and published under the guidance of professor Dita Nīmante. All three articles are indexed in the Web of Science database.

Five video stories have been published on the UL FEPA Youtube channel and MyHUB project Facebook page. Sarmīte Tūbele, a professor of the University of Latvia and a member of the board of the Latvian Association of Speech Therapists; Kārlis Greitāns, a researcher at the Interdisciplinary Center for Educational Innovation of the University of Latvia and a teacher of chemistry and natural sciences; Nora Jansone-Ratinika, a director and leading researcher of the Centre for Educational Growth at Riga Stradins University, etc. share their experience about the MyHUB repository, the handbook, and mobile applications for promoting inclusive education.

Information on the results of the project is summarized in an informative letter. The prepared document has been sent to the organizations of Latvian and foreign partners and submitted to the Minister of Education of the Republic of Latvia Anita Muižniece.

On January 13, 2022 at 11:00 - 14:00 (CET) / 12:00 – 15:00 (EET) a final conference on the results of the MyHUB project and current trends in the field of inclusive education is planned on ZOOM platform. See the conference agenda here. Register for the conference here.

The project team at the University of Latvia represented by the researchers of the Scientific Institute of Pedagogy of the Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art: Dr.paed. Linda Daniela (project manager), Dr.paed. Zanda Rubene, Dr.paed. Dita Nīmante, Dr.paed. Gunta Siliņa-Jasjukeviča, Dr.paed. Svetlana Surikova, and two PhD students Mg.paed. Arta Rūdolfa and Mg.paed. Santa Dreimane.

The project duration is 36 months and its final date is January 30, 2022.
The project has been funded with support from the European Commission's Erasmus+ K3 program.