- Good Practices
Progressive fading of specific supports
We know the reality of students in terms of specific aids, especially in those activities and routines in which they participate with ordinary students, adapting to the many work routines, dynamics, learning, play and leisure, centers of interest and numerous collective activities.
So that these are the least invasive and serve so that our students with difficulties can be integrated into them as quickly as possible, we need a good program of intervention by the professionals who intervene with the student. For this, we will begin with a complete follow-up by a professional who will tutorize the whole activity so that once the student adapts, he or she will gradually withdraw, in such a way that the presence of the student will be normalized within his or her group of equals.
The professional's complete withdrawal will take place once we are fully convinced that his participation in the activity as well as with his colleagues is carried out successfully.
The presence of the professional in a timely manner will serve to verify that activity continues to be carried out in such a way that our student is participating and enjoying at the level of their classmates.
- Included in school/society, Pupil well-being, Cognitive accessibility, Independent/life skills, Academic skills, Social communication
- Students age range:
- Curriculum area:
- Not related
- Year period:
- Any moment
- Resources to be used, including human resources, materials and spaces:
- A specific and qualified professional who authorizes the student's activity
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