Active-Participatory Methods Used to Make Progress in Educating Students

  • Neaga Susanu Danubius University of Galati
Keywords: students with disabilities; integration; learning methods; recovery; curriculum; value system


Educational policies are based on capitalizing on the principles of education for all, regardless of the special requirements they face, in order to become useful in their families, but also useful to the society in which they manage to integrate. The school must offer as wide a range of educational services as possible to attract children and meet their requirements. In this school there must be first of all communication, understanding, in a word a space dominated by acceptance, tolerance and diversity. Addressing the issue of education content in the conditions of integration of children with SEN in mainstream education must end with the development of a differentiated or adapted curriculum. In the instructive-educational practice we have encountered numerous cases of disabled students who have been integrated into classes of students without disabilities and have had spectacular evolutions in some disciplines. During the lessons, a series of working methods or techniques adapted to the age of the students and their level of performance can be used. I present some methods applied in the lessons, which led to a school progress of children with disabilities.

Author Biography

Neaga Susanu, Danubius University of Galati

Senior Lecturer, PhD, Faculty of Communication and International Relations, Specialization Psychology


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