Leader: University of Macedonia

Project Coordinator: Dr. Konstantinos Papadopoulos

Website: https://4studi.uom.gr/


  1. Università degli Studi di Cagliari
  2. Universidade de Lisboa
  3. Experimental High School of
    University of Macedonia
    [Πειραματικό Γυμνάσιο
    Πανεπιστημίου Μακεδονίας]
  4. IPSAR «Antonio Gramsci»
  5. Agrupamento de Escolas
    Romeu Correia
  6. Imaginary Srl
  7. Aristotle College
    [Αριστοτέλειο Κολλέγιο]

The specific objectives of the 4StuDi are:

1. To identify the types of social support that SwD need in their
school environment (primary and secondary school) from their classmates
and teachers.

2. To examine the existing knowledge of students attending primary
and secondary schools and teachers regarding the social support they can
and should provide to students with disabilities.

3. To educate/inform teachers and students about the forms of support they should provide to SwD.

4. Τo investigate the impact of education/information on the
knowledge of primary school teachers and students in supporting SwD.

5. To disseminate the type of support learners with disabilities need
in order to provide them with meaningful, high-quality educational

When cross-learning takes place, an intellectually stimulating
environment can be emerged, leading to more effective outcomes.
Transnationally attention is needed for the creation of a strong
advocacy impact. Given that all students with disabilities need social
support, transnationally action is required.

The transnationally aspect of the project will contribute significantly in:

a) Exploiting the expertise of each partner regarding the needs of SwD.

b) Extending the user-requirements by including needs and points of
view of SwD of different social, educational and cultural backgrounds.

c) Creating innovative instruments (e.g. questionnaires) and programs
(education/information programs), new scientific findings (e.g.
comparative assessment outcomes among countries) influenced by exposure
to researchers of varying contexts with divergent ideas.