Special collaboration, CADRE21
CADRE21 has recently offered a whole new training course, Support the learner with dys disorder, which will allow education stakeholders to familiarize themselves with this dimension relating to learning disabilities, in order to better support learners during concerted actions within the school framework.
In all cultures, learning is associated to varying degrees with a notion of performance and academic success. The fact of encountering difficulties represents an upheaval as much for the learners who experience them, for parents concerned about the success of their child (Fourneret and Da Fonseca, 2018), as for the teachers who will have to support these young people. However, when we know how to identify these learning disabilities, we can adapt and apply a educational differentiation to promote success for all learners.
The learning disabilities that are primarily addressed in the training are dyslexia, dysorthography and dyscalculia, but these are generally not isolated disorders. Indeed, they often present in conjunction with other disorders including executive function disorders, dysgraphia (graphomotricity), dysphasia (oral language), dyspraxia (coordination) or attention deficit disorder with or without hyperactivity (AD / HD) to name a few.
Like the other CADRE21 training courses, the Supporting the learner with a dys disorder presents four levels of integration into his practice, the first allowing to become acquainted with the subject and the last to demonstrate his leadership within his learning community. professional.
This new training was developed in collaboration with Hélène Forbes, holder of a bachelor's and a master's degree in special education. Ms. Forbes worked as a professional remedial teacher, special education teacher, Braille teacher and then as a resource person for the supraregional support and expertise service in visual impairment (SSSEDV). She is currently sharing her experience and knowledge with future teachers as a lecturer in education at the University of Quebec at Rimouski.
The CADRE21 offers personalized feedback to the learner for each of their training. Eugénie Pettigrew-Leydier, orthopedagogue and director of AIDEOR, will act as feedback manager for all those who request a digital badge related to the Support learners with dys disorder training.
For more information, visit the CADRE21 website.
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