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Some even refuse any support from the public administration and don’t like to be registered as disabled with a certificate. We will follow who distinguish three types of identity. In this exploration the level of hearing loss and the type of deafness transmission or perception is determined to guide further interventions that fit the situation.

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Although exclusion practices are still visible in the hearing as well as the deaf community, the focus on inclusion is becoming more accepted within society.

From the last perspectives, people with disabilities or functional diversity beg to be fiversidad as citizens with full rights and greater participation in community life 8.

Martinez Roca, Times, spaces and discipline are crosscutting issues in the day to day of the school. In the recent Education Act 16 rules are formulated ls the education of deaf students in the Spanish mainstream or regular education system. To analyse the volunteering experience as an worth strategy of teacher education To analyse if relevant learning is possible in different educational contexts in order to improve the teacher education To know the learning processes that are developed in this context, where students play a different role as co-part of their education.

Puigdelllivol 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.

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We want to indicate that the subject about the different interpretations of deafness and the kinds of identity, we have indicated, is not an issue that affects only the group of deaf people, is also part of a general process conceptual, scientific, social and political issues that have been occurring dr the field of disability.

They consider themselves to be a linguistic minority. In addition to these parental rights, parents also have some obligations. Thereafter more schools were established; all followed the educational models used in other European countries, in particular France.

March 25, Source of research: Simultaneously, an important reform of the regular education system was discussed in the ‘s, which culminated in the old General Education Act According to the legal guidelines, each educational centre needs to set up an organization for the support of individual identified needs with the available resources present.

Pupil performances go around marks, and develop control and meritocracy values. Historia de las deficiencias. Reviewing intervention measures and writing plans is a joint responsibility of all professionals who diversidaf part in the support given to each student. When older than 3 years old, intervention will be continued, when necessary, under the responsibility of the education sector. The school is not allowed to act if the parents are not previously informed and no consent has been given.

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First, they mention deaf people with a strong deaf identity, who define themselves as belonging to the deaf community, using only or preferably the sign language. This project proposes community participation as main axe of school management and pupil learning.

We analyse three academic termsand. Pediatric Clinic of North American, 15, 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.

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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.

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Nevertheless, it’s important to acknowledge that, frequently, the professional support provided is rather insufficient due to the lack of resources in the school centers. By lived experience are questioned again and again.

Developing self-control in children. In every school great efforts are made to conjugate schedules, types of curricular materials and the envisaged support needed by each student in order to organize the intervention policy as beneficial as possible for each case.

Sobre el proyecto SlidePlayer Condiciones de uso. It’s based on dialogic learning from Freireas basis of relationships and teacher performance. But in any case, the identity issue and thus the self-image of deaf persons brands most of the deaf organizations in two different ways: Not only it is necessary to plan carefully 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.

Encuesta sobre Discapacidades, Deficiencias y Estado de Salud, Journal of anbnonnal psychology,77, 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.

The associations are positively valued by the deaf persons, since they give them a place where to meet and share experiences and where to get answers to their needs At the same time, it removes the mediation as axe of academic activity.

Through the initiative of people with disabilities and their respective families organizations have been set up aiming at the improvement of life conditions for their members.