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Dyslexia is a lifelong condition and affects 1 in 10 persons in Europe. Most people reduce dyslexia to just a reading and writing difficulty. But dyslexia is a multi-faceted problem that effects not only literacy acquisition. The main objective of DYS2GO is the provision of a range of mobile highly motivating and stimulating learning games for a carefully selected range of skills known to be important for young dyslexic adults.
Third project meeting in Ruse

Third project meeting in Ruse

For the third times partners met in the Bulgarian city Ruse in October 2019. Presentations and discussions were focused mainly on games specifications and media files development. Structure of the games were approved, partners introduced their ideas on story lines. The German partners presented the demo version of the DYS2GO application for Android and Windows. All partners provided their feedback which will be implemented in next weeks. In all partners countries first dissemination events were held, target groups are being involved into the project. When comes to planning the further project stage, partners discussed the staff training in Kaunas, which is supposed to be held in May 2020.

Second project meeting in Bremen

Second project meeting in Bremen

Beautiful city of Bremen hosted the second project meeting in DYS2GO. The final version of the first project output focused on pedagogical framework has been approved and further project stage has started. Since now the partnership will focus on learning applications development. For updated information about the developments, please, see the project website regularly.

Kick-off meeting

Kick-off meeting of project partners

All partners of the new Erasmus+ project DYS2GO met in Vienna in November 2018. The main aim was to set methods and ways leading to the project outputs. Meeting was held in beautiful atmosphere of Vienna Media School, participants shared their experience and ideas to increase the project impact. The tasks have been specified as well as the timetable and project stages. All partners left with clear ideas about their roles in the project. Next meeting is planned in Bremen in March 2019.