PUIGDELLÍVOL, I. (): Educación especial en la escuela integrada. Una perspectiva desde la diversidad. TOURAINE, A.; WIEVIORKA, M; FLECHA, R.; colaboradores (): Conocimiento e identidad. Voces de grupos culturales en la. En estos momentos en que el discurso de la escuela inclusiva entra de lleno en el . construye un sentido de identidad de grupo, de cohesión, continuidad y de de que la contención, como señala Puigdellivol (), se debe de entender . González Pienda, J.A.: “El niño con trastornos de atención e hiperactividad en . Interpretação da surdez e respostas no sistema educativo da Espanha .. diversidad: una nueva visión de la bioética desde la perspectiva de las personas con.

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Una perspectiva desde la diversidad. The former schools for the deaf were closed or reconverted in resource centers to support the integration, or in regular school centers. The parents have to be informed if a diagnostic exploration is planned or if the child will receive special attention or is going to attend support classes in a special classroom. This increase of health care for the hearing-impaired can be underlined by the growing number of surgeries, particularly cochlear implants, in the last 10 years.

Pediatric Clinic of North American, 15, It’s very important to have an adequate school context that improves the learning options of the deaf as well as hearing pupils.

The provision of language support and adjusted curricular materials mainly take place during normal school hours. How to cite this article. Some even refuse any support from the public administration and don’t like to be registered as disabled with a certificate.

The tasks developed in the two schools are similar: In addition, the complete procedure has to be justified in the plans that each educational centre in Spain has to submit to the public administration every year In particular, the Annual Plan of the Centre and the Guidance and Support Plan. This frame originates a collective process of collaboration worth to education to future teachers.

They share elements from both groups; they recognize that their hearing impairment limits their performance of daily tasks and they communicate both in oral language as in sign language.

But this is a complex assignment, which demands our flexibility. Keeping in mind what has been mentioned in the introduction about the multiple factors that condition the situation of each deaf person, it doesn’t seem adequate to use the dichotomy deaf versus hearing people.

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The way these tasks have to be organized and implemented within the school centers are clearly described in legal guidelines. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Una comunidad de aprendizaje se organiza para producir conocimientos y facilitar el aprendizaje. By lived experience are questioned again diversidax again.

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The Individualized Curricular Adaptation contains also an evaluation about the specialized support, revisions made in comparison to the original plan and previsions for the near future. In addition to the health and education sector, also private organizations offer intervention services. Infections or malformations of the ear, or a profound hearing loss, will make these hearing aids useless.

A handbookfor diagnosis and tratment. A summary of meetings, including information, critical issues and debates are sent to diversivad. However, in some cases, the support is given after regular school hours at the school or outside the school during activities organized by the different associations.

So we think this research opens a little explored field One of the main focus of interest is put together teachers, faculties, school community and others groups participating in schools as volunteers and collaborators. If a person suffers a profound bilateral deafness of neural-sensorial origin and his or her auditory nerve is still intact, a cochlear device can dibersidad surgically implanted. En este proceso adquieren un papel protagonista las conductas motrices: When older than 3 years old, intervention will be continued, when necessary, under the responsibility of the education sector.

At the end of each year an evaluation report is required as well. Not only it is necessary to plan puigdeklivol decisions about the procedures, curricular adaptations, handed out educational materials and other support, but also to document these decisions and to assess periodically the implementation and its effectiveness. During the 70s of the 20th century when social, political, economical changes took place in Europe and beyond, traditional intervention models for pupils with disabilities were discussed and revised.

The pupils in these contexts have the opportunity to experience the connection between language and culture. With the detection of any anomaly in hearing, newly born will be screened neonatal screening and the child will immediately be attended by doctors and other specialized professionals such as audiologists, speech therapists and otorhinolaryngologists.

The frequency of the intervention will be determined in a specific way according to the needs of the child and taking into account the particular circumstances of the situation. Unless deaf students have other impairments that require the intervention in centers or education in specific classes, every deaf student needs to follow the common educational trajectory.

Finally, the inspector of the district as legal representative of the public administration controls the implementation of the prescribed regulations and will approve or disapprove accordingly. Other thinking ways these organizational issues are recognised and put to the service to learning, no the opposite as usual.

These meetings are with college teacher that coordinate this research. First of all, they have to be collaborative and maintain the communication with the teachers. Together with the poor academic results the majority of the deaf students didn’t reach the elementary levels and the difficulties to integrate into ordinary life when finishing school, doubts rose to continue with segregated special education.


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Concerning the teaching orientation, the predominant “oralism” has given way to the bilingualism, which means parallel teaching of the sign language and oral language. The associations are positively valued by the deaf persons, since identjdad give them a place where to meet and share experiences and where to get answers to their needs Simultaneously, an important reform of the regular education system was discussed in the ‘s, which culminated in the old General Education Act The discourse on deaf education reflects also the dd views that were held during the last centuries.

After a short expose about deaf education in history, we will continue our overview focussing on deaf children in schools, assessment and intervention methods, the development of bilingual and bicultural education in schools and the role of parents. Although the amount of escula and bicultural experiences in education is increasing, you might say that the Spanish road to bilingual education is still a rather new one.

Educational and family counseling, vocational guidance and labor integration, training and support for youngsters, and leisure activities are financially supported whenever they are planned and developed as projects and are submitted by private organizations in accordance with the yearly official government calls.

The school is obliged to inform idenntidad about any problem detected and any kind of extraordinary intervention. It’s a political organizational decision, aimed at concentrating the technical resources, the material means and the necessary professionals to support the educational needs.

The value of surprise and improvisation are highlighted as possible ways. The deaf community is also opposed to these hearing aids as the deaf have their own language and cultural identity.

So, it breaks with learning based on individuality, competitiveness, and one — way orientation teacher to pupil. This article explains the situation of the Spanish context on this field and it has provided the basis for the accomplishment of a Escueela transnational project.

Also, to study the different socio-educational mechanisms that individuals and organizations put into play in differents scenarios: They consider themselves “normal” people with a hearing impairment.