Arquivos de tags: EB Especial

Top 10 Mitos sobre Problemas de Aprendizagem

14/06/2013

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Top 10 Mitos sobre Problemas de Aprendizagem The National Center for Learning Disabilities is a great website to find information about special education. Even though there is a lot of  U.S. legislation on how to educate special students, the learning disabilities’ information is tremendously rich for anyone who is interested or has a child with […]

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Educação Especial Bilíngüe Inclusiva

01/06/2013

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Resources in bilingual special education is scarce. For this reason, I would like to share some of the resources that I learned while taking online courses in Bilingual Special Education at The George Washington University, Washington, DC. As far as I know in the U.S., there are only a few programs and I believe this […]

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Sugestão de Leitura para Alunos Dislexicos

21/05/2013

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Hank Zipzer Authors Share Dyslexia Insight While you’re looking for ways to make learning fun for dyslexic children, consider the children’s book seriesHank Zipzer: The World’s Greatest Underachiever. The books are co-written by Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver, who target their writing toward learning-challenged children. Gemm Learning spot-lighted Hank Zipzer in Part 3 of our “Great Books […]

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Reading and Writing Workshop e Educação Inclusiva

05/05/2013

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Reading and Writing Workshop e Educação Inclusiva This is another inspiring article and research about how Nancy, a classroom teacher,  connected reading and writing to teach students with learning disabilities how to express their voice  using the workshop model. I really enjoyed reading the “conference”, the conversation that nudge the students to  between Nancy and […]

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Usando “Reading and Writing Workshop” com Crianças Especiais Bilíngües

24/03/2013

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Becoming a Reader and a Writer in a Bilingual Special Classroom This is an inspiring research article about how a well implemented Reading and Writing Workshop model modified to special bilingual students close the achievement gap in reading and writing. Besides that, how the  power of team work between the general and bilingual special education […]

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Dislexia e Educação Bilíngüe

02/08/2012

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Posted by Emy Tomita In these past years, I have had many bilingual dyslexic students who were early identified by middle of 2nd grade. This is so important because they have to learn phonics, spelling, and academic language of the first language in order to scaffold to the second language by 5th grade, the last […]

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