ARBIT is an European project that aims to explore the applicability of an innovative augmented reality (AR) system, called Pictogram Room.
It is designed to facilitate the training of basic skills for the development of body language and imitation in students with autism and intellectual disability. Both skills are considered essential to promote social competence, an area of high difficulty for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Thus, the ARBIT project proposes a research study to evaluate the effectiveness of the Pictogram Room tool and the development of educational content for teachers who wish to use this system, creating a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).
Who we are
The ARBIT project will be implemented by a partnership of 9 organisations. These organisations come from diverse backgrounds - both national and cultural - and have a wide range of expertise.
The project coordinator, the University of Valencia, will work in close collaboration with all the other partners: EPHE University (France), three schools (TREBOL (Spain), ASSOCIATION AUTISM (Bulgaria) and KARATAY (Turkey), two regional public teacher training institutions (CFIE AVILA (Spain), KONYA IL MEM (Turkey), a regional society for autism (FEDERACION AUTISMO CASTILLA Y LEON (Spain), and a national foundation for technology and autism (ADAPTA). These organisations form a partnership that works with the external collaboration of the ORANGE FOUNDATION.
ARBIT Project aims to…
The purposes of this project are aligned with the Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4- QUALITY EDUCATION).
testimonies FROM PROFESSIONALS
ARBIT (Augmented Reality for Body Schema Training, Pointing and Imitation in Autism), is an European project, co-funded by the European Commission. An initiative, which...
Seventh follow up meeting in Paris
On the 15th and 16th of November 2022, the partners of the ARBIT project (Augmented reality for body schema, pointing and imitation training in autism) ...
sIXTH follow up meeting
Last Tuesday, September 6, the 6th meeting of partners for the follow-up of the ARBIT project took place online.