Theory and Best Practice Models in Educational Institutions in Spain and Italy

Guía para la evaluación y mejora de la educación inclusiva. Madrid: CSIE y Consorcio Universitario para la Educación Inclusiva, 2000 Camilleri, Carmel. ... La atención al alumnado inmigrante en el sistema educativo español.

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Author: Esteban Vázquez Cano

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781527512894

Category: Education

Page: 142

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The current societal and social reality in Europe is undergoing far-reaching changes due to the phenomenon of migration. Educational policy and pedagogical practice play a key role in the academic support of immigrant children in schools. In this volume, the connections between societal change and educational issues in relation to two southern European nations, Spain and Italy, are analyzed. The stories of intercultural communication and integration of these two case studies focus on five themes: linguistic diversity, the performance gap, teacher training programs and school culture, the role of music education in multicultural and multilingual contexts, and the development of a supranational education as an improvement for multicultural education. The volume is of particular relevance for educational researchers, as well as for the interested general reader. It takes the reader to public and private entities in Italy and Spain, where intercultural education is part of societal discourse, and serves as a sounding board for the discussion of developments in other parts of Europe with similar demographics.

The Age of Mass Child Removal in Spain

Las escuelas de reforma en España y la reeducación de menores : una mirada retrospectiva en sus origines , in R. Berruezo - Albéniz and S. Conejero- López ( eds ) , El largo camino hacia una educación inclusiva : la educación especial y ...

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Author: Peter Anderson

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780192844576

Category: History

Page: 288

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This book examines the ideas and practices underpinning state removal of children. Early twentieth century Spanish juvenile courts were involved in taking children from poor families, families displaced by war, and from political opponents. This study captures the voice and agency of the marginalized children and parents affected by mass removals.

Pure Space Spanish Edition

... es transformar el proceso de diseño y construcción de un proyecto en una experiencia inclusiva y participativa . ... Permiten que los niños reciban atención adecuada , acceso a oportunidades y educación , y que las madres trabajen ...

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Author: Elisa Silva

Publisher: Actar D, Inc.

ISBN: 9781638409205

Category: Architecture

Page: 272

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This book may seem a simple accumulation of twenty-one public space projects in eight Latin American cities. On closer inspection, the presentation of project descriptions, photographs, and annotated drawings reflects a concern to analytically explain the operative aspects at work. The publication is not intended to serve only as a catalogue, guide, or manual on how to produce public space in spontaneous settlements. Rather, it goes beyond the aims of an index of best practices. It is intended, instead, as an empirical base for a critical and theoretical engagement with the problematic of development, social inclusion, public investment, (in)formal settlement, civil society and the public sphere. The publication achieves its final function at this third level, by providing a compelling argument to expand the agency of architects and urban designers and creatively find ways of justifying, financing, and building public spaces in communities —spaces that have a catalytic effectiveness in achieving significant urban and social transformation. This book was awarded by a Graham Foundation Grant and CAF Development Bank of Latin America. FEATURED CASE STUDIES: CONSERVATION 72 Linear parks along the Estero Salado | Guayaquil, Ecuador 80 National Park Babil.nia and Chap.u Mangueira | R.o de Janeiro, Brasil 88 Urban agriculture along the Rimac River | Lima, Peru WASTE MANAGEMENT 96 Moravia Ecological Park | Medellin, Colombia 104 Plaza La Cruz, La Palomera | Caracas, Venezuela RISKMANAGEMENT 112 El Guasmo Beach, floodable park | Guayaquil, Ecuador 120 Safety plazas in Santa Mar.a El Triunfo | Lima, Peru 128 Recovery of the Juan Bobo Creek | Medellin, Colombia INFRASTRUCTURE 136 Northeast metrocable parks Comuna 1, La Popular | Medell.n, Colombia 144 Barrio Las Independencias escalators and walkways | Medellin, Colombia 152 Funicular in Dona Marta | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 160 Complexo do Alem.o | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 168 Ecotecnia Urbana Miravalle | Mexico City, Mexico PAVEMENT, PATHS AND THE SPACE SURROUNDING BUILDINGS 176 Pavement, paths and stairs Cerro Santo Doming and Cerro Toro | Valpara.so, Chile 184 Cerro Santa Ana urban rehabilitation | Guayaquil, Ecuador 192 Fernando Botero Library | Medellin, Colombia 200 Moravia Cultural Center | Medellin, Colombia 208 Espa.o Crian.a and community programs | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 216 Plaza in Villa Tranquila | Buenos Aires, Argentina ACTIVITY 224 Casa Kolacho Comuna 13 | Medellin, Colombia 232 AfroReggae Cultural Center | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 240 Alto Per. | Lima, Peru 248 El Calvario Puertas Abiertas | Caracas, Venezuela

Humour Translation in the Age of Multimedia

“Verbally Expressed Humour on Screen: Reflections on Translation and Reception”. JoSTrans 6: 198–208. ... “Relevance Theory and Translation: Translating Puns in Spanish Film Titles into English”. ... Congreso de educación inclusiva.

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Author: Margherita Dore

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000205428

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 218

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This volume seeks to investigate how humour translation has developed since the beginning of the 21st century, focusing in particular on new ways of communication. The authors, drawn from a range of countries, cultures and academic traditions, address and debate how today’s globalised communication, media and new technologies are influencing and shaping the translation of humour. Examining both how humour translation exploits new means of communication and how the processes of humour translation may be challenged and enhanced by technologies, the chapters cover theoretical foundations and implications, and methodological practices and challenges. They include a description of current research or practice, and comments on possible future developments. The contributions interconnect around the issue of humour creation and translation in the 21st century, which can truly be labelled as the age of multimedia. Accessible and engaging, this is essential reading for advanced students and researchers in Translation Studies and Humour Studies.

Spanish for the IB MYP 4 5 Phases 3 5

Preguntas Persona Un desarrollador de apps Un padre de familia Un activista que aboga por la educación inclusiva El director de una ONG que trabaja con minorías indígenas Salman Khan (Director Ejecutivo de Khan Academy) ACTIVIDAD: ...

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Author: J. Rafael Angel

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781471841897

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 320

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The only series for MYP 4 and 5 developed in cooperation with the International Baccalaureate (IB) Develop your skills to become an inquiring learner; ensure you navigate the MYP framework with confidence using a concept-driven and assessment-focused approach presented in global contexts. - Develop conceptual understanding with key MYP concepts and related concepts at the heart of each chapter. - Learn by asking questions with a statement of inquiry in each chapter. - Prepare for every aspect of assessment using support and tasks designed by experienced educators. - Understand how to extend your learning through research projects and interdisciplinary opportunities. This title is also available in two digital formats via Dynamic Learning. Find out more by clicking on the links at the top of the page.

Marginalization Processes across Different Settings

Notes 1 3 4 The Spanish term for the program established in Peru is educación inclusiva (inclusion education), however, the policy does not actually provide the support services necessary to create an inclusive education for students ...

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Author: Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781527511927

Category: Education

Page: 460

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While issues of marginalization and participation have engaged scholars across various disciplines and domains, and a range of theoretical perspectives and methodological framings have been deployed in this enterprise, the research presented in this volume aligns itself to alternative traditions by focusing on people’s membership and participation across settings and institutional contexts. The work here, thus, focuses on the constitution of marginalization inside, outside and across a range of settings. It centre-stages marginalization and participation as action in the human world. Going beyond a focus on the marginalized or explanations of marginalization or comparing groups of the marginalized with the non-marginalized, a number of contributions focus on mundane processes inside, outside and across institutional settings in different geopolitical spaces. Other chapters in the book demonstrate the marginalization of specific analytical foci in the research process or hegemonies of national high-stake testing protocols and specific dialects in different geopolitical regions or in domains such as the sporting arena. In contrast to other studies on marginalization and participation, this book takes its point of departure in the complexities that characterize and shape both individuals and societies, past and present. Its chapters challenge demarcated fields of study and conceptions of identity framed marginalization and participation. Drawing attention to the fact that the centre (continues to) define the margins, the work presented here joins research efforts that highlight the need to focus on the constitution of marginalization and participation in a wide range of settings with the explicit aim of going beyond static boundaries that define the human state at different scales of becoming and beyond an understanding of development and progress in terms of a linear trajectory.

Normalit t Abnormalit t und Devianz

523—534 ) decreed the introduction of inclusive education in Spain . ... We may conclude , that Spain has had a similar history as regards specialized education as other European ... El largo camino hacia una Educación Inclusiva .

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Author: Attila Nóbik

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 3631600151

Category: Education

Page: 269

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Normalität, Abnormalität und Devianz existieren in allen Gesellschaften. Allerdings entfalten sie in der Moderne ihre spezifische Bedeutung und Brisanz. Die Beiträge in diesem Band analysieren die Konzeptionen und Konstruktionsprozesse aus inter- bzw. teildisziplinären Perspektiven der Erziehungswissenschaft. Historisch interessierte Vertreterinnen der Allgemeinen Pädagogik und der Sonderpädagogik nähern sich den Phänomenen und deren Interpretationen behutsam und (selbst-)kritisch aus unterschiedlichen Blickwinkeln. Sie schreiben ein Stück Geschichte der Erziehung und zugleich auch der Sonderpädagogik entlang der sozialen Konstruktionen von normalen und abnormalen Kindern und Jugendlichen. Verschiedene, aber verwandte Gesichtspunkte der beiden Teildisziplinen verweben sich zu einem farbigen Gesamtbild der Thematik. Dieser Band enthält neben 17 Beiträgen auf Deutsch auch 6 Beiträge auf Englisch.

School Achievement and Failure in Portuguese and Spanish Speaking Countries

... Denise Oyarzún1, Macarena Morales1, Paula Ascorra1,2 and Claudia Carrasco1 1 School of Psychology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Valparaíso, Chile, 2 Centro de Investigación parala Educación Inclusiva, Valparaíso, ...

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Author: Edgar Galindo

Publisher: Frontiers Media SA

ISBN: 9782889455522

Category:

Page:

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This book is devoted to an increasingly important educational problem in the modern societies: school achievement and failure. School failure is presently a problem in developed as well as in developing countries. In the Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries in Europe and Latin America, school achievement and failure is consequently an important topic of political, social and scientific discussion. The following papers revise the latest research in the field, from the perspective of Psychology.

Future Directions for Inclusive Teacher Education

Rodríguez, H (2010) Teoría y práctica en la educación inclusiva [Theory and Practice in Inclusive Education], Spain: Adeo. Smith, T. (2001) Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.

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Author: Chris Forlin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136287343

Category: Education

Page: 256

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Are teachers ready for inclusion? What is appropriate teacher education? Traditional approaches to inclusive education focused on learners with disabilities. Modern approaches, however, conceptualise inclusion in terms of providing educational equity and equality of access for all students within the same regular school system. Future Directions for Inclusive Teacher Education provides a wealth of ideas about how to support teachers to become inclusive through the application of positive training approaches. Written by some of the most influential internationally acknowledged experts in teacher education for inclusion and highly experienced researchers, together the authors provide a plethora of ideas for teacher educators to ensure that their training is pertinent, accessible, and futures-orientated. This up to date and accessible book combines three key areas related to teacher education for inclusion, which provide: A review of what is happening across the globe by offering examples from different regions; Preparation for teachers to support learners with a range of diverse needs including disability, poverty, ethnicity, gender, cultural diversity, learning disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder, sensory impairments and those who are considered gifted and talented; A consideration of systemic approaches, policy, and partnerships, and how these can be better employed in the future. This highly topical text will support all teaching professionals, educational systems, and schools in their transformation of inclusive teacher education.

The Praeger International Handbook of Special Education 3 volumes

Aragonese Resource Center for Inclusive Education (Centro Aragonés de Recursos parala Educación Inclusiva—CAREI), ... This consortium for inclusive education has been developed by different Spanish universities and contains practices ...

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Author: Michael L. Wehmeyer

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440831140

Category: Education

Page: 1156

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This handbook provides a concise overview of special education services in countries across the world, using the Article on Education in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities as the analytical frame. • Provides a comprehensive scope and broad coverage that addresses more than 70 countries, regions, and provinces across virtually every part of the world • Offers information on each nation or area on the public education system, private education system, special education system, teacher training requirements, and barriers to inclusive and special education • Presents both information about current practices in special education and promising new trends likely to take hold in the future