This week at Nottingham Trent University we have been meeting with Partners from across Europe on a new Erasmus + project, ‘Mobile Pedagogical Assistant to develop meaningful pathways to personalised learning’ (Pathways). All Partners have ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with disabilities. The project sets out to provide teachers and teacher educators with a toolset to develop innovative pedagogies, using mobile games application, to support the assessment of children as part of a holistic approach towards inclusive education. The partners include Ministries of Education, pedagogical experts, schools, school authorities and their umbrella structures all over Europe, etc.; Service providers providing services and / or support to pupils with special educational needs; authorities at all levels, with competences in the field of education; Associations for teachers and teacher union. This is an exciting project which will continue over the next 3 years. This blog space will be used to provide ITTE members with updates of the project. This first meeting provided a space for the team to work together to develop a descriptive map of effective pedagogical approaches which will be shared at the ITTE conference in June 2018.