Participation and Recreation through Inclusive
Martial Arts Education and E-Learning
Start: 01-09-2019 – End: 28-02-2022
Project Reference: 2019-1-UK01-KA204-061975
SEIT Research Laboratory (Software Engineering and Internet Technologies Laboratory) of the Computer Science department of the University of Cyprus participates in the PRIMAE project, started in September 2019, with a duration of 30 months.
PRIMAE is funded through the Erasmus + KA204 – Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education Call 2019.
The overarching ambition for the impact of the project is to increase levels of engagement in inclusive coach education, especially for persons with a disability in Europe. A secondary effect will be to increase physical activity among persons with a disability in Europe through improving the knowledge, skills, and understanding of martial arts.
An Inclusive eLearning Best Practice report, Inclusive Curriculum, Inclusive Pedagogical Plan, and Inclusive eLearning course in physical activity (martial arts) and education on an eLearning platform will be created using the ADDIE methodology to provide learners with and without a disability with the specific opportunity to gain the following accredited and regulated Awards and Certificates on the European Qualification Framework
The consortium for this project is made up of eight organizations that will ensure the quality of the project in all its phases.
The partnership includes the following organizations:
– IKKAIDO LTD (Coordinator), UK
– Areadne OE, Greece
– FUTURO DIGITALE, Italy
– EURO-NET, Italy
– Ikkaido Inclusive Martial Arts, Ireland
– Stockholm Vastra, Sweden
– UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS, Cyprus
– AUX COULEURS DU DEBA, France
You can find more information in the Erasmus+ Website of the project: