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Élèves sourds : représentations des enseignants et pédagogie

Abstract : The law of 11 February 2005 was voted to guarantee the equal rights and opportunities, for the participation and the citizenship of people with disabilities. It multiplies actions in favour of the schooling of all disabled children and assures the right to a schooling in an ordinary class in the nearest school. Therefore, a child with a disability has an opportunity to take an adapted and continuous education. Nonetheless, today, we can wonder if the law is very efficient. Indeed, every child with a disability is by right a pupil, but can the law of 2005 guarantee equality of opportunities between all the pupils? Is this law enough to respond to all requirements demanded by a particular disability? This essay is about a particular disability: deafness. In this research, initially, we give full account on teachers’ representations about deaf pupils. Secondly, we will try to see how different profiles of teachers apprehend the inclusion of a deaf child in an ordinary class.
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Cloé Boissin. Élèves sourds : représentations des enseignants et pédagogie. Education. 2015. ⟨dumas-01329411⟩



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