The third session of the INTELed Professional Development Program (TPD) in Spain was held on November 13th, 2018  at the Hedy Lamarr seminar in the School of Computer Engineering at the University of Valladolid. It was organized and delivered successfully by the INTELed research team of the University of Valladolid (Alejandra Martínez Monés, Sara Villagrá, María Jiménez, Bartolomé Rubia and Eva Fernández).

The TPD session was attended by 25 in-service kindergarten, primary education teachers, and specialists working with SEN students in various settings (mainstream classroom and special units classroom).

In this TPD session, the teachers continued with a reflective activity in groups; each group was asked to develop various integration scenarios with the embodied learning games.

As part of this activity the teachers had the opportunity to collaborate with other colleagues and share their ideas for an integration scenario, focusing on various aspects such as the classroom orchestration, the activity sequence as well as the inclusion of SEN children. Finally, they performed the final evaluation.

We note that during all three sessions of TPD, teachers and specialists showed high motivation and good predisposition to collaboration. We would like to thank all the participants for their involvement in the INTELed TPD!