Éducation inclusive pour les élèves avec des troubles spécifiques du langage écrit : quelle scolarisation en fonction des pays et des langues ?

Abstract : Inclusive education for students with specific language disorders: What schooling according to country and language ? Educational systems for pupils with special educational needs, including pupils with learning disabilities (LD), are different from one country to another, even every country follows the international movement of School for all. For these students, the question of the best mode of inclusion remains topical. The aim of our article is to give an overview of the types of schooling developed in different counîries around the world according îo the languages and countries. In the first part of the article, we will introduce the concepts of inclusion and integration before exposing the notion of an inclusive school that is becoming more and more important. In the second part, we will deal with the question of learning to read and dyslexia in different languages before presenting, in the third part of our article, international experiences of educational systems conceived for dyslexic stiidents in different countries and their effects on the well-being.
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Tamara Léonova, Agnès Kipffer-Piquard, Askar Jumageldinov, M. Robert, Mikhail Berebin. Éducation inclusive pour les élèves avec des troubles spécifiques du langage écrit : quelle scolarisation en fonction des pays et des langues ?. ANAE - Approche Neuropsychologique des Apprentissages Chez L'enfant, ANAE/PLEIOMEDIA, 2017, n°147 - Troubles de l’apprentissage du langage écrit et prise en charge multidisciplinaire : De la science à la salle de classe, 29 (2). ⟨hal-01796995⟩

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