Zoekopdracht: subjects: "Education, Science and Technology"
|Titel||How children, schools and parents can successfully address developmental difficulties : a case study from Israel|
|Auteurs||Centre for Learning Competence, Bernard van Leer Foundation programme staff|
|Tijdschrift||Early Childhood Matters|
|Organisatie||Bernard van Leer Foundation|
|Onderwerp||Education, Science and Technology|
|Trefwoorden||education, children, disability|
|Samenvatting||In 2005, the Centre for Learning Competence (clc) in Israel and the Bernard van Leer Foundation began a three-year collaboration to enable disadvantaged young children in the cities of Haifa, Netanya and Rishon-Lezion to begin their school education within a climate conducive to the natural development of children’s minds and bodies. The approach questions the conventional distinction between education for ‘normal’ children and special education for children with disabilities. It recognises that children acquire abilities at different rates and that most children need support in developing particular abilities. If this support is provided at the right time, in the right way, many children who would otherwise have been called ‘disabled’ can remain in mainstream environments with ‘normal’ children. The CLC provides effective therapy for children diagnosed with developmental|
difficulties; but it prefers to create early learning environments that pre-empt the emergence of developmental difficulties and encourage every
child to flourish.
|Rechten||© 2006 Bernard van Leer Foundation|