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Whaam Project


A project to empower teachers', parents' and health professionals skills in the observation of ADHD behaviours and make them able to plan and share effective interventions. WHAAM bases its strength in the concept of networking around ADHD child and in improving home-school cooperation.


Cnr Itd


The Institute for Educational Technologies (ITD) is one of the research institutes of the Italian National Research Council with more than 40 researchers, technologists and technicians as staff. It has two branches in Genoa and Palermo. The main disciplines of reference for the Institute's research activity are the cognitive sciences, computer science and instructional theories.
The research activities are focused on the development and integration of ICT in various educational settings (school, university, business); the study of technological innovation as a learning resource; educational issues related to different disciplines and topics (humanities, sciences, environmental education, health, etc.); learning issues of particular social significance (disability, learning difficulties, social disadvantage, intercultural issues, etc.). In this framework, ITD has participated in several national and international funded projects.


Ese Politecnico Do Porto


The School of Education IPP offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs, including 12 master degrees and a joint doctoral degree (with the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain). The Support Unit for Inclusive Schools (UAEI) as a Research Center was created in 2004 to support schools in the inclusive process by providing: (i) consultancy; (ii) training to educational professionals, specifically on ADHD, ICF-CY, management classroom and inclusive education; (iii) assessment and intervention services to young children framed by “Transdisciplinary Play-Based” methodology (Linder, 1993, 2008). The UAEI has been involved in several national and international research and collaboration projects, namely related to:  parents and teacher support in ADHD; evaluation of educational policies; consultancy of the ICF-CY use in Education; translation and adaptation of assessment tools to Portugal (e.g., Supports Intensity ScaleTM, AAIDD, 2003;2012).


Trinity College Dublin


Founded in 1592, Trinity College Dublin is the oldest university in Ireland and one of the older universities of Western Europe. On today’s campus, state-of-the-art libraries, laboratories and IT facilities, stand alongside historic buildings on a city-centre 47-acre campus. Trinity continues to attract intellectually strong students from Ireland and abroad.
TCD School of Computer Science and Statistics, through Dr. Doherty, will provide design leadership and Human Computer Interaction expertise to the project, helping to address issues such as student engagement and usability, whilst also playing a role in the design and conduct of evaluations.

TCD Team

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) serves as the metropolitan University for southern Europe. Its Medical school consists of >500 academic staff members, and >3500 active students. In this project AUTH participates through the Lab of Medical Physics, which leads research and initiatives in Medical Education. The Lab of Medical Physics is a major research and development center in assistive technologies, applied neurosciences, medical education, affective computing, semantic web, radiodiagnosis and non-ionizing radiation. In Medical Education Informatics (see Research Group of Medical Education Informatics http://medphys.med.auth.gr/group/mei), it focuses on exploring shifting paradigms in education and breakthroughs in information technologies for implementation in novel and impactful learning modalities in healthcare education. The AUTH group consists of a diverse scientific pool ranging from healthcare and education experts such as medical doctors and academics through to technology experts such as engineers IT specialists and programmers. The group has participated in a large number of education projects since 2005, it has coordinated the ContentPlus project “mEducator” (www.meducator.net) and is now the Coordinator of the “ePBLnet” (TEMPUS) project.




ADDISS stands for Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service. It is the National UK registered charity, which provides up to date and accessible people-friendly information and resources about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder to anyone who needs assistance - parents, sufferers, teachers or health professionals.
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Addiss Team
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