ICT for Home and Hospital Education – based on best practices of the LeHo (Learning at Home and in the Hospital) project

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Subject of practice

Independent of subject

Target groups


Educational level

Secondary Education

Short Summary

LeHo – Learning at Home and in the Hospital – project is funded by the EACEA’s Lifelong Learning Programme and its main aim is to improve the education of students with medical condition by means of ICT-technologies. To reach this goal, among other solutions, LeHo has launched an online hub with national and international communities and sharing good practices on it. The practices present solutions e.g on how to connect the student who is staying at home or in the hospital with their regular class. To read more about LeHo, its plans and achievements, visit the online hub (http://www.lehoproject.eu/) and read the recently published report about the LeHo activities (http://www.lehoproject.eu/jdownloads/Public/International%20community/Le...)

Duration of the implementation

2014-01-01 10:00:00 - 2016-12-31 10:00:00

Difficulty of ICT solutions used


Detailed description

Age of learners

15 - 20

Learning outcomes

ensuring the continuity of education and maintaining relations with class-mates during temporary medical condition

Description of challenges faced (Are there any difficulties teachers/learners might face?)

Report of the Training Activities including teachers experience with the practices will be found on the LeHo online hub (http://www.lehoproject.eu/en/documents).

Detailed description

Several practices are being shared and discussed with teachers during training activities and focus group workshops organised by LeHo. The reports are available on the online hub.

Learning Activities / Implementation

Please see the report of training activities (will be available soon).

Country of originItaly
Language of the practiceEnglish
Website relatedhttp://www.lehoproject.eu/
Status of the practice
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Area of good practice
  • ICT enabled learning - Using digital resources for face-to-face classroom practice & for online learning/blended classroom practice
This practice is
Transferable, Adaptability, Innovative, Acceptability, Impact, Effectiveness, Availability, Creativity, Collaborative
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About the author

Name of contributorAnett
Affiliation of contributor Almassy
Institution where this practice was implementedEuropean Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN)
Contact e-mailalmassy@eden-online.org