The present work shows the pathway towards the granting of the right to study to SLD Students’ Special Educational Needs in the Italian school context, showing the didactic strategies, the compensatory tools and exemption measures, suggested by the recent Italian educational policy. It also faces up the theme of both headmaster and teacher’s training related to the same theme, in order to emphasize its characteristics. The work is also enriched by the description of a specific experience of educational research whose main aim is to focus on the teacher’s training needs in order to find new ways to improve the competence in dealing with the special educational needs of SLD students.

Italian Ministry Guidelines on SLD Students’ Special Educational Needs. Didactic Suggestions and Teachers' Training

AIELLO, PAOLA
2012

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The present work shows the pathway towards the granting of the right to study to SLD Students’ Special Educational Needs in the Italian school context, showing the didactic strategies, the compensatory tools and exemption measures, suggested by the recent Italian educational policy. It also faces up the theme of both headmaster and teacher’s training related to the same theme, in order to emphasize its characteristics. The work is also enriched by the description of a specific experience of educational research whose main aim is to focus on the teacher’s training needs in order to find new ways to improve the competence in dealing with the special educational needs of SLD students.
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