Types of Special Education

TYPES AND FORMS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION

Special education is divided into several types that are each, as specified in the decree of 03.03.2004, "adapted to the general and specific educational needs of students within special education belonging to the same group, which needs determined based on the common primary disability group. "

The following table lists by grade level these types of education for different types of disabilities.

All schools do not organize all types of education

Basic education is organized into four specialized degrees of maturity and not in cycles of years of education as in mainstream education.

These maturity levels are available depending on the types of lessons described here above.

For type 2 for then teaching students with moderate mental retardation or severe, they are defined as follows:

  • maturity I: levels of achievement of autonomy and socialization
  • II maturity: early learning levels
  • Maturity III: Awakening of the early school learning (initiation)
  • maturity IV: deepening

For other types of education, levels were defined as follows:


  • maturity I: early learning levels
  • maturity II: Awakening of school learning
  • Maturity III: control and development of acquired
  • maturity IV: functional use of learning along the lines proposed

The transition from one maturity level to another is related to the skills identified. It can be done at any time during the school year.

Secondary education

Secondary education is divided into four specialized forms in order to take into account the personal project of each student.

FORME1 TEACHING - Teaching of social adjustment

Seeks a social formation making it possible to insert living environment protected.

TEACHING OF FORM 2 - Teaching social and professional adaptation

Aims to provide an education and training to enable integration in mid-life and / or sheltered workshops.

INSTRUCTION FORM 3 - Vocational education

Intended to provide general education, social and professional to make possible the social and professional integration.

INSTRUCTION FORM 4 - General, Technical, artistic or vocational

Corresponding to regular secondary education with a coaching different, a suitable methodology and specific tools

Appropriate special education


Appropriate
education for students

multiple
disabilities

Autism

Aphasic /
dysphasic

A

X

X

2

X

X



3

X

X

4

X

X

X

5

X

X

X

6

X

X

X

7

X

X

X

8

X

X


All schools do not organize the appropriate teaching.

Education provided at home by establishing a special education.

Pupils enrolled in special education that due to the severity of the disability or illnesses are unable to travel to special education. This teaching is subject to prior favorable opinion of the Advisory Board of Special Education.