Disadvantages Of Special Education

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INTRODUCTION
The definition of “special education” in the encyclopaedia of children’s health declares:
“Special education refers to a range of educational and social services provided by the public school system and other educational institutions to individuals with disabilities who are between three and 21 years of age. Special education is designed to ensure that students with disabilities are provided with an environment that allows them to be educated effectively. Disabilities that qualify for special education include physical disabilities, such as deafness or blindness; mental disabilities, such as Down's syndrome and autism ; medical conditions, such as oxygen dependence or traumatic brain injury; learning deficits, such as dyslexia ; and behavioural disorders, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and conduct disorders.”
(The encyclopaedia of children’s health, 2017, Internet source: http://www.healthofchildren.com/S/Special-Education.html#ixzz4zu4cTODJ) Considering that, the purpose of this report is to analyse the main practises and tools that Finnish schools are using in the “special education” field.
The analysis is based on the observation of three schools in Rovaniemi, done in different classes, and tries to compare some Finnish methods with the Italian ones.
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It’s important to emphasis their skills in the group and not just put them in a lower position as someone who needs help. Every pupil has his difficulties and strengths and is a teacher important task to create the right atmosphere to let everybody express their selves in the best way, helping and supporting each other, but also emerging from the group for the peculiar
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