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L’inclusion sociale d’un enfant en situation de handicap au sein d’une classe

Abstract : The inclusive school is leant on the Act of February 11th, 2005, which says that every child with a disability or disorder disabling health is enrolled in its school of at-tachment. The notion of compensation appears with this same law. The school must accommodate every child with disabilities and establish a project for these students. This project must implement adapted measures to each student to allow him to move forward at their own pace in learning, to build as a student in a class group and facilitate his socialization. This report focuses on social inclusion : which extent, the implemen-tation of devices at school with different partners allows to facilitate social inclusion of a student with cognitive disorder? The measure was the following : to implement various methods of classroom work and conducting interviews with professionals working the ordinary social dimension, with children with disabilities within the school environment. This memory is supposed to communicate possible measures to organize for the reception of a child with disabili-ties, in addition to the pedagogical adaptation. It was observed that the partnership and team work was beneficial on the one hand for the socialization of the student in the class on the other hand for different profes-sionals hovering around the student.
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Marion Poulizac. L’inclusion sociale d’un enfant en situation de handicap au sein d’une classe . Education. 2017. ⟨dumas-01633797⟩

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