Special Educational Needs

One of the fundamental human rights is the right to education, and no person should be deprived of him. To make this right effective, throughout the process of teaching and learning must be tailored to the characteristics of students with special educational needs. The LOGSE introduces five changes affecting secondary education: creation of a new structure of the educational system which extends compulsory until sixteen years with the emergence of a new stage that – and reformulates the baccalaureate and vocational training. Changes in the Organization of teaching to get a well-rounded education and respond to the diversity of the student body. Appear the General capabilities, general objectives of stage, new areas with socially inclusive conceived as media not as ends-, new types of procedural content and attitudinal, standing out for its functionality, globality, intercisciplinariedad, introduction of cross-cutting themes, etc.

Greater rigour and autonomy in educational planning to cater to the diversity: educational project, curriculum project, programming, curriculum adaptation, diversification program, etc. Incorporation into the teaching of the great advances of the past twenty years on learning and human development: processes of reconstruction, role of motivation, processing information, previous knowledge, adaptation to interests, abilities and motivations. Construction of a model of collaborative work in the Center. A context in which sits the education as a challenge, a field of research and search for solutions that the integration makes sense. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Steffan Lehnhoff has to say. These educational changes require time and teamwork a mutual adaptation to get a quality education. The integration is conceptualized as a task of the Centre, understanding the education as a Compensator and normalizer mechanism of individual differences and inequalities derived from them. The principles on which is based the integration are: -Standardization: There must be a parallel education, must be approaching students as much as possible into the regular curriculum.