Special educational needs

In the current Education Laws, the following is indicated as an educational principle:

-The flexibility to adapt education to the diversity of skills, interests, expectations and needs of students, as well as the changes experienced by students and society.

Only in this sentence can we find three of the pillars of this project related to the area of ​​Special Educational Needs:

-Needs of students, interests of students and changes experienced by society.

The introduction of ICTs in Clinical Psychology in recent years has shown improvements in everyday clinical practice, as a complement to existing psychological treatments.

We will work cognitive functions such as:

-Problem resolution

-Visual and auditory memory. Well, auditory stimuli can be used, in addition to visual ones.

-Communication and language.

-Executive functions: Plan and organize the test

-HH visospatial. Explore environments, calculate spaces

-HH visomotoras: Coordinate hands, with one hand I work with the mouse and with the other with the keyboard while I look at the screen.

-Metacognition. What do I do well? What do I do wrong? Should I change something? What do I have to change? How does it work?

Benefits:

-Reinfeeding instantaneously.

-It promotes autonomy.

-Help develop attitudes of self-confidence, critical sense, personal initiative, curiosity, creativity in learning, and entrepreneurial spirit.

-Improved interaction environment, through exploration.

-Improves communication and social skills; Common interests, need to talk about the tests.

-Non-restrictive contexts, possibility of choice.

-Sensory contrasts attract the child's attention.

-Intrinsic motivation.

- Favorable learning environment:

· Physical / concrete.

·Visual.

· Structured / organized.

· Enhancer / motivator: use what you like to learn new things.

Access our demonstration map to see how we put this idea into practice: https://mcdemy.com/producto/necesidades-educativas-especiales/