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Title: Proposta de criteris per la integració d¿alumnes amb NEE greus i permanents. Una distribució mes eficaç a les USEE com a eina d¿inclusió.
Authors: Díaz Arévalo, Francisco
Keywords: USEE
necessitats especials
Issue Date: 30-May-2011
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3)
Type: Bachelor Thesis
Abstract: The practices, which I have been developing by the EAP ( Psychopedagogical Information Team), have allowed me to get a very close experience to those activities which they carry outside and inside from the schools and strictly speaking the intervention through the USEE ( Special Education Responsible Unities). These Unities aim to encourage the inclusion from students with Special Requirements (NEE) with a final expert opinion. Through this job we will be able to analyse how the suggestion from plain and good defined opinions can improve the distribution of these students and at the same time to take a benefit from the support resources within the Educational Centres. The same way this suggestion can be useful as an opportunity to establish new scenery of cooperation within the responsible unities and the teaching staff system from the ordinary classroom.
Language: Catalan
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