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Plans for students with special needs and foreign students

Plans for students with special needs and foreign students

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  • 1. PLANS for STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS and FOREIGN STUDENTS
  • 2. PLANS ENABLED FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
    • The inclusion and integration of disabled students (under the L.104/92 ) provides a structured in three parts which are complementary:
    • a) Certification - Functional Diagnosis (D.F.)
    • b) Functional Dynamic profile (P.D.F.)
    • c) Plain Educational Individualized (P.E.I)
  • 3.
    • The students with specials needs are always supported by:
    • Specialized teachers
    • Tutors
    • Young people who act as a liaison with the world around them.
    • Thanks to their support the inclusion of disabled children in the class is greatly facilitated.
    • Students with disabilities participate in workshop activities with the class, the working internship program in cooperation with relevant organizations of the territory, paths to school-work.
  • 4.
    • The Institute provides for the establishment of a team coordinated by a teacher whose concern is to formalize the relationship between
    • School
    • Family
    • Local health authorities
    GLH
  • 5.
    • Law 8 October 2010,n°170
    • Relating to students reported for DSA
    • It has clearly defined what the optimal strategies to achieve academic success:
    • a teaching that uses tools dispensers and compensation in order to facilitate the achievement of different disciplinary skills.
  • 6. “ A.Ferrari” involves these plans for students with disabilities, students with DSA:
    • 1. Tutor for disabled students and students reported for DSA
    • 2. No more "mad and desperate study"
    • 3. Mixed path from school to work
  • 7. Tutor for disabled students and students reported for DSA - P eaceful attitude - Meetings between teacher support and tutor / staff educational assistance, to decide the work done, to make changes and to plan the other ones. METHODS AND EVALUATION - Helping students in the organization of school work - Facilitating the relationship with the class and with adults - Encouraging development of identity and self-esteem OBJECTIVES
    • The tutor / staff educational assistance (PEA) follows the disabled students in:
    • school activities (checks, taking notes, preparing plans, maps, and summaries);
    • personalized courses, aimed at developing skills outside the classroom.
    • Tutor simplifies the classroom integration.
    DESCRIPTION
  • 8. No more "Mad and desperate study" Reduction of school failure and of lack of interest as well as reduction of drop out. Increase of participation in the proposed activities. METHODS AND EVALUATION
    • To encourage personal and social autonomy;
    • To improve the integration by overcoming problems associated with learning difficulties;
    • To create a peaceful learning environment;
    • To improve PC tools and specific software.
    OBJECTIVES
    • Experimental laboratory to familiarize with the computer tools in order to:
    • reduce the difficulties they meet in the study,
    • develop the normal activity of study,
    • track what they have done.
    • The students have to acquire the ability to use some specific softwares: Charles Mobile, Supermappe or CmapTools and a program OCR for the scanning.
    DESCRIPTION
  • 9. Mixed path from school to work
    • Monthly meetings
    • Peaceful attitude
    • Positive impact in school and extracurricular activities
    METHODS AND EVALUATION PROJECT - Gradual integration into the world of work. - Increasing of autonomy, respect, responsibility; - Meeting the expectations of the role . OBJECTIVES The design of the mixed path from school to work is organized in collaboration by the school and the SIL (Service Working Insertion). This type of route is only possible for students certified, who are given the opportunity to experiment in a workplace, to acquire skills and competencies to be used outside the school. DESCRIPTION
  • 10. PLANS ENABLED BY FOREIGN STUDENTS
    • The general objectives of the course are to facilitate full integration of foreign students in order to reach a sufficient range of study and consultation of the texts, all in an atmosphere of sharing and respect for cultural differences.
    • All this it’s really important in a intercultural education, in which knowledge of different cultures could be seen as a positive resource for the growth of society and people.
    • School has to came a place of welcome, staff training and development, so the Institute has thought to activate a door of listening for foreign students, in order to meet the needs our complex society.
  • 11.
    • 1. “Tra-mite”
    • 2. Counselling point
    “ A.Ferrari” involves these plans for foreign students:
  • 12. Tra-mite - motivation; - participation; - the progress and potential for learning. METHODS AND EVALUATION
    • Develop shared practices in terms of acceptance and integration of foreign students;
    • Creating a conducive environment to meet other cultures;
    • To promote communication and collaboration between school and territory;
    • To raise awareness of the new society.
    OBJECTIVES The plan “TRA-MITE” promotes the full integration of the students and makes them reach an enough autonomy of study and consultation of the texts, in a climate of sharing and respect of the cultural differences. DESCRIPTION
  • 13. Counselling Point
    • Good frequency;
    • Increasing of the motivation and sharing in school’s activities;
    • Prevention to possible uneasiness.
    METHODS AND EVALUATION
    • To help the foreign students to relate to others in a positive fair, feeling good at school and in the society;
    • To promote self-esteem;
    • To identify cases of hardship;
    • To facilitate the relationships;
    • To prevent early school leaving.
    OBJECTIVES The school should be a place of welcome, staff training and development. Counselling Point is going to be a tool to facilitate the proper relationship between students of different nationalities.  DESCRIPTION