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Developing self-control in children. So we think this research opens a little explored field One of the main focus of interest is put together teachers, faculties, school community and others groups participating in schools as volunteers and collaborators.

Elboj et alt, It was founded inand is regarded as a powerful and successful institution. This frame originates a collective process of collaboration worth to education to future teachers.

A summary of meetings, including information, critical issues and debates are sent to schools. To analyse the volunteering experience as an worth strategy of teacher education To analyse if relevant learning is possible in different educational contexts in dversidad to improve the teacher education To know the learning processes that are developed in this context, where students play a different role as co-part of their education.

Los niños hiperactivos en el contexto educativo: Líneas de intervención

The foundation of the first public special schools for the deaf began at the end of the 18th century. Together with the poor academic results the majority of the deaf students didn’t reach the elementary levels and the difficulties to integrate into ordinary life when finishing school, doubts rose to continue with segregated special education.


It is important to state that the lack of agreement between school and parents is something rather exceptional. Simultaneously, an important reform of the regular education system was discussed in the ‘s, which culminated in the old General Education Act Una comunidad de aprendizaje se organiza para producir conocimientos y facilitar el aprendizaje.

Nevertheless, they claim the same rights and support provided for those registered disabled persons with a certificate by the public administration. First, they mention deaf people with a strong deaf identity, who define themselves as belonging to the deaf community, using only or preferably the sign language. As the purpose of our contribution is to give a short overview of important issues regarding deafness in Spain, we will define deafness as a hearing impairment in the way it is described in the survey of the National Institute of Statistics 2,3.

So, it breaks with learning based on individuality, competitiveness, and one — way orientation teacher to pupil. This article explains the situation of the Spanish context on this field and it has provided the basis for the accomplishment of a European transnational project.

The way these tasks have to be organized and implemented within the school centers are clearly described in legal guidelines. Boiled eggs and baked beans. A lnanual of cognitive-behavioral strategies. However, after the congress of Milan in”oralism”, i. Publicada por Prosper Montgomery Modificado hace 6 meses. In addition, the promotion of a better life quality through the improvement of the social and health policy had an impact as well, not only as prevention but also in the provision of aid to those who suffer from diverse disabilities 3.

Both of them are values including in all student accounts, conversations, considered as necessaries to learning. With the detection of any anomaly in hearing, newly born will be screened neonatal screening and the child will immediately be attended by doctors and other specialized professionals such as audiologists, speech therapists and otorhinolaryngologists.


The interpretation of deafness not only as hearing impairment, but as a communicative difference is causing the provision of educational contexts with bilingual and bicultural characteristics. Identification with the deaf community as a family or as a “place” of belonging is also an important aspect. Students share lived experiences and a critical reflection takes place oriented to their education.

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In the 70’s the different national plans about the prevention and intervention of impairments was implemented, and resulted in an important decrease in the number of persons affected by hearing impairment and a improved intervention in every case Psychopatology and Eduction of the Brain-Injured child.

In addition to these parental rights, parents also have some obligations. Through bilingualism the development of, especially, the written language was stimulated. By lived experience are questioned again and again.

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Generally the parents agree with the educational intervention and actively collaborate with the teachers in the education of their children.

They consider themselves to be a linguistic minority.

El proceso de aprendizaje es un proceso que ocurre con el tiempo y en el que cambian las creencias, las maneras diversiadd ver el mundo, las destrezas y las capacidades del estudiante Castillo, Keeping in mind what has been mentioned in the introduction about the multiple factors that condition the situation of each deaf person, it doesn’t seem adequate to use the dichotomy deaf versus hearing people.

ADHD in the Schools.