Have you ever considered co-teaching as a process bringing together a teacher and a remedial teacher? We offer you a text that presents the benefits of setting up such a duo in three schools, and some bonus tips if you decide to get started.
Ten years have passed since the introduction of technological aids and it is clear that the situation has changed a lot for students with learning disabilities, more specifically dys disorders. In this dossier, we present an inventory of resources, in addition to giving examples of winning practices for teachers, students and parents.
As we can imagine, the confinement of last spring had consequences on the progress of the learning of some students. Here is an idea of collaboration for screening and the establishment of recovery strategies, to put forward now!
In this time of confinement, many remedial teachers are starting to intervene online. A new term is emerging: we speak of "tele-orthopedagogy". Here are some useful tips for resource teachers and teachers on the use of technology, the organization and planning of online sessions, and school-family communication.
Recently, a few products have been developed by language enthusiasts to allow young people and adults to perfect their reading and writing skills using a variety of methods. Here are two to discover: the LireMieux method and the Orthochansons.
Motivation: a key factor in the rehabilitation of a child struggling with a learning disability or difficulty. Here is a very original and effective way to stimulate it: zootherapy, more particularly with the horse.