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Pre-primary and Primary CLIL

In CLIL, the language of instruction is a foreign language and is rarely used (or not used at all) in social contexts outside the classroom which limits the extent of non-formal and informal learning (Budvytyte-Gudiene and Toleikien, 2008).

Examination of behavioral and sensory integration skills of autistic students in European dimension

Children and adults with autism, as well as those with other developmental disabilities, may have a dysfunctional sensory system. Sometimes one or more senses are either over- or under-reactive to stimulation.Such sensory problems may be the underlying reason for such behaviors as rocking, spinning, and hand-flapping.

Supporting students coming from divorced families

It is crucial that teachers and the school personnel on the whole learn the effects of divorce on the classroom behavior of children for divorce-related problems can be a lasting source of children's stress.

Introduction to Coaching

Educational coaching has powerful ramifications for the classroom. If teachers are able to help students solve their own educational and personal problems in similar ways, teachers become less prescriptive in their attitudes towards students, and students feel more in charge of their learning and their lives.

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