The importance of reading 

The special needs teacher intervenes mainly in the mastery of basic learning.  

 

- Reading

- Writing and

- Mathematics

 

But he grants a special importance to READING.

 

Reading represents the CRUCIAL BASE on which scholarship rests upon. 

 

Reading is requested in most of the academic subjects.

 

If reading is not correctly acquired, it constitutes a hindrance in future knowledge assimilation.

 

Later on, if no re-educational steps have been taken, those difficulties will have an effect on social and professional interactions.

Cognitive neurosciences of reading

The brain's knowledge does not allow us to teach one single method to read

 

However they permit us to ask several questions that help to understand the mechanisms used in the young readers' brain.

 

What are the Laws of Thought?

 

Class dynamics - intellectual dynamics

 

Attention and memory principles

 

Offering relevant games to the children to extend the classroom work.

 

What are the most important discoveries of the young child's brain?

 

What are the brain circuits that are evolving during learning?

 

What are the differences between a good and a less good reader?

 

How to maximise the child's commitment, attention and pleasure?

 

 

TEACHING        EDUCATION

INTEGRATION  FORMATION

 

 

 Children - Teenagers - Adults

 Au pairs