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School Report 2009 on Learning Support

upload f2 Special arrangements for the baccalaureate for candidates with special needs

upload f2 Integration of pupils with special needs into the European Schools 

upload f2 Learning Support in the Nursery and Primary cycles, October 2009 (English)

upload f2 Learning Support in the Nursery and Primary cycles, October 2009 (French)

upload f2 Learning Support in the Nursery and Primary cycles, October 2009 (German)

 

Links to Professional Organisations

Il link dell'Associazione Italiana Dislessia contiene tante utili informazioni sia di ordine pratico che normativo.

 

Home of the national organisation for dyslexia, contents include the full text of BDA information leaflets, contact details for the BDA helpline, press releases,       and links to related organisations.

 

Dyslexia Action is a national charity and the UK's leading provider of services and support for people with dyslexia and literacy difficulties.

 

The site includes plenty of well proven, practical advice for any parent (or grandparent) whose children, schooled or otherwise, need help with the basics of the three R's. Primary teachers, SENCos, Basic Skills tutors, in fact anyone involved with teaching or remediating reading will also find the content useful.

 

An American professional membership organization promoting high literacy levels for all. Aimed at classroom teachers, reading specialists, consultants, administrators, supervisors, university faculty researchers, psychologists, librarians, media specialists, and parents. Includes literacy and education links, awards and grants, publications and journals.

 

NCFL is a nonprofit organization. It supports family literacy services for families across the United States through training, programming, research, advocacy and dissemination.

 

A peer/reviewed journal from the International Reading Association, focussing on literacy practice and research in K/12 classrooms (student ages 5 to 18).

 

This is a non-for-profit association of Reading Recovery professionals, advocates, and partners. The Council provides a network of opportunities for lesdership and professional development. Plenty of articles and discussion of literacy. Search by keyword or site index.

 

UKLA aims to supprt and inform those concerned with the development of language, literacy and communication. Includes a network for teachers and researchers and a discussion forum for professional support. With journals and publications links.

 

 

 

 

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