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‣ O despontar da educação especial na ANPED; Surfacing of special education in ANPED

MASINI, Elcie F. Salzano
Fonte: Associação Brasileira de Pesquisadores em Educação Especial - ABPEE Publicador: Associação Brasileira de Pesquisadores em Educação Especial - ABPEE
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Esta comunicação focaliza o nascimento do Grupo de Trabalho (GT) de Educação Especial na ANPEd. Constitui uma retomada histórica da proposta de um grupo de professores e pesquisadores, da área de Educação Especial, de diferentes universidades do Brasil, que discutiu a pertinência de constituir um GT de Educação Especial na ANPEd. Nesse sentido foi consolidado um calendário de encontros para discutir linhas de pesquisa e a legislação atinente à Educação Especial e encaminhado ofício à Diretoria da ANPEd requerendo, oficialmente, a abertura de um espaço para a Educação Especial nas Reuniões da ANPEd. Acompanhou o ofício a justificativa para tal solicitação, enfatizando que a inclusão da Educação Especial no âmbito do ensino superior, especificamente formação de professores em nível de graduação voltada para os vários aspectos de Educação Especial, fez surgir a necessidade de realização de pesquisas desenvolvidas e vinculadas a programas de pós-graduação em Educação. Em resposta à solicitação surgiu o Grupo de Estudos (GE) na ANPEd, em 1989. O artigo descreve o funcionamento do GE, da programação, dos participantes e de uma pesquisa coletiva envolvendo seis Estados do Brasil, que propiciou a passagem do GE a GT. A Educação Especial foi incluída como GT na XV Reunião da ANPEd...

‣ Sheltered homeless children: their eligibility and unmet need for special education evaluations.

Zima, B T; Bussing, R; Forness, S R; Benjamin, B
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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OBJECTIVES: This study described the proportion of sheltered homeless children in Los Angeles, Calif, who were eligible for special education evaluations because of a probable behavioral disorder, learning disability, or mental retardation, and to explore their level of unmet need for special education services. METHODS: This was a cross-sectional study of 118 parents and 169 children aged 6 through 12 years living in 18 emergency homeless family shelters in Los Angeles County, California. Parents and children were interviewed with standardized mental health and academic skill measures in English and Spanish. RESULTS: Almost half (45%) of the children met criteria for a special education evaluation, yet less than one quarter (22%) had ever received special education testing or placement. The main point of contact for children with behavioral disorders and learning problems was the general health care sector. CONCLUSIONS: School-aged sheltered homeless children have a high level of unmet need for special education evaluations, the first step toward accessing special education programs. Interventions for homeless children should include integration of services across special education, general health care, and housing service sectors.

‣ Special Article: Chronic granulomatous disease in the United Kingdom and Ireland: a comprehensive national patient-based registry

Jones, L B K R; McGrogan, P; Flood, T J; Gennery, A R; Morton, L; Thrasher, A; Goldblatt, D; Parker, L; Cant, A J
Fonte: Blackwell Science Inc Publicador: Blackwell Science Inc
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /05/2008 Português
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There are no epidemiological studies from the British Isles of chronic granulomatous disease, characterized by recurrent, life-threatening bacterial and fungal infections and inflammatory sequelae. Patients were enrolled in a national registry and medical records were analysed. Of 94 subjects, 69 had X-linked disease, 16 had autosomal recessive disease and nine were unknown. Prevalence was 7·5/million for 1990–99 and 8·5/million for 1980–89. Suppurative adenitis, abscesses and pneumonia presented commonly. Twenty-three of 30 patients who underwent high resolution computerized tomography had chronic respiratory disease. Inflammatory sequelae included bowel stricture and urogenital tract granulomata. Growth failure was common; 75% of those measured were below the population mean. All patients received prophylactic antibiotics and 93% anti-fungal prophylaxis. Interferon gamma was used to treat infection, but rarely as prophylaxis. Despite prophylaxis, estimated survival was 88% at 10 years but 55% at age 30 years. Morbidity remains significant, severe infectious complications common. Curative treatments including stem cell transplantation should be considered for patients with frequent or serious complications.

‣ Major achievements in cardiology in the past century: influence on Dutch cardiovascular medicine

van der Wall, E.E.; de Boer, M-J.; Doevendans, P.A.; Wilde, A.A.; Zijlstra, F.
Fonte: Bohn Stafleu van Loghum Publicador: Bohn Stafleu van Loghum
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /04/2009 Português
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At the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Netherlands Society of Cardiology, it is interesting to look back on the major scientific achievements in cardiovascular medicine of the last century and to pay attention to the impact of these achievements on Dutch Cardiology. It might be a nice opportunity not only to mention the ten great discoveries in Cardiology in the past century, but also to address the pioneering work in the Netherlands. When honouring and paying tribute to Dutch individuals, this special article only refers to emeriti-professors in cardiology (and some other closely-related retired experts), as this is a historical reflection rather than a cross-sectional view of current attainments. The practising pioneers of today will hopefully be remembered in 75 years from now. (Neth Heart J 2009;17:136-9.19421358)

‣ The Special Neuraminidase Stalk-Motif Responsible for Increased Virulence and Pathogenesis of H5N1 Influenza A Virus

Zhou, Hongbo; Yu, Zhengjun; Hu, Yong; Tu, Jiagang; Zou, Wei; Peng, Yaping; Zhu, Jiping; Li, Yongtao; Zhang, Anding; Yu, Ziniu; Ye, Zhiping; Chen, Huanchun; Jin, Meilin
Fonte: Public Library of Science Publicador: Public Library of Science
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 17/07/2009 Português
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The variation of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 virus results in gradually increased virulence in poultry, and human cases continue to accumulate. The neuraminidase (NA) stalk region of influenza virus varies considerably and may associate with its virulence. The NA stalk region of all N1 subtype influenza A viruses can be divided into six different stalk-motifs, H5N1/2004-like (NA-wt), WSN-like, H5N1/97-like, PR/8-like, H7N1/99-like and H5N1/96-like. The NA-wt is a special NA stalk-motif which was first observed in H5N1 influenza virus in 2000, with a 20-amino acid deletion in the 49th to 68th positions of the stalk region. Here we show that there is a gradual increase of the special NA stalk-motif in H5N1 isolates from 2000 to 2007, and notably, the special stalk-motif is observed in all 173 H5N1 human isolates from 2004 to 2007. The recombinant H5N1 virus with the special stalk-motif possesses the highest virulence and pathogenicity in chicken and mice, while the recombinant viruses with the other stalk-motifs display attenuated phenotype. This indicates that the special stalk-motif has contributed to the high virulence and pathogenicity of H5N1 isolates since 2000. The gradually increasing emergence of the special NA stalk-motif in H5N1 isolates...

‣ Design, conduct, analysis and reporting of a multi-national placebo-controlled trial of activated protein C for persistent septic shock

Finfer, Simon; Ranieri, V. Marco; Thompson, B. Taylor; Barie, Philip S.; Dhainaut, Jean-François; Douglas, Ivor S.; Gårdlund, Bengt; Marshall, John C.; Rhodes, Andrew
Fonte: Springer-Verlag Publicador: Springer-Verlag
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The role of drotrecogin alfa (activated) (DAA) in severe sepsis remains controversial and clinicians are unsure whether or not to treat their patients with DAA. In response to a request from the European Medicines Agency, Eli Lilly will sponsor a new placebo-controlled trial and history suggests the results will be subject to great scrutiny. An academic steering committee will oversee the conduct of the study and will write the study manuscripts. The steering committee intends that the study will be conducted with the maximum possible transparency; this includes publication of the study protocol and a memorandum of understanding which delineates the role of the sponsor. The trial has the potential to provide clinicians with valuable data but patients will only benefit if clinicians have confidence in the conduct, analysis and reporting of the trial. This special article describes the process by which the trial was developed, major decisions regarding trial design, and plans for independent analysis, interpretation and reporting of the data.

‣ Special considerations in paediatric burn patients

Sharma, Ramesh Kumar; Parashar, Atul
Fonte: Medknow Publication Publicador: Medknow Publication
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Burn injuries are a major cause of morbidity and mortality in children. In India, the figure constitutes about one-fourth of the total burn accidents. The management of paediatric burns can be a major challenge for the treating unit. One has to keep in mind that “children are not merely small adults”; there are certain features in this age group that warrant special attention. The peculiarities in the physiology of fluid and electrolyte handling, the uniqueness of the energy requirement and the differences in the various body proportions in children dictate that the paediatric burn management should be taken with a different perspective than for adults. This review article would deal with the special situations that need to be addressed while treating this special class of thermal injuries. We must ensure that not only the children survive the initial injury, but also the morbidity and complications are minimized. If special care is taken during the initial management of paediatric burn injuries, these children can be effectively integrated into the society as very useful and productive members.

‣ Tooth loss patterns in older adults with special needs: a Minnesota cohort

Chen, Xi; Clark, Jennifer J
Fonte: Nature Publishing Group Publicador: Nature Publishing Group
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /01/2011 Português
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This study was conducted to detail tooth loss patterns in older adults with special needs. A total of 491 elderly subjects with special needs were retrospectively selected and followed during 10/1999-12/2006. Medical, dental, cognitive, and functional assessments were abstracted from dental records and used to predict risk of tooth loss. Tooth loss events were recorded for subjects during follow-up. Chi-squared tests were used to study the association between tooth loss and the selected risk factors. Logistic, poisson, and negative binomial regressions were developed to study tooth loss patterns. Overall, 27% of the subjects lost at least one tooth during follow-up. Fourteen subjects had tooth loss events per 100 person-years. Tooth loss pattern did not differ significantly among different special-needs subgroups (i.e. community-dwelling vs. long-term care, physically disabled vs. functionally independent). Special-needs subjects with three or more active dental conditions at arrival had more than twice the risk of losing teeth than those without any existing conditions. After adjusting other factors, the number of carious teeth or retained roots at arrival was a significant predictor of tooth loss for older adults with special needs (P=0.001). These findings indicate that appropriately managing active caries and associated conditions is important to prevent tooth loss for older adults with special needs.

‣ Inhalational anaesthesia with low fresh gas flow

Hönemann, Christian; Hagemann, Olaf; Doll, Dietrich
Fonte: Medknow Publications & Media Pvt Ltd Publicador: Medknow Publications & Media Pvt Ltd
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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During the inhalation of anaesthesia use of low fresh gas flow (0.35-1 L/min) has some important advantages. There are three areas of benefit: pulmonary - anaesthesia with low fresh gas flow improves the dynamics of inhaled anaesthesia gas, increases mucociliary clearance, maintains body temperature and reduces water loss. Economic - reduction of anaesthesia gas consumption resulting in significant savings of > 75% and Ecological - reduction in nitrous oxide consumption, which is an important ozone-depleting and heat-trapping greenhouse gas that is emitted. Nevertheless, anaesthesia with high fresh gas flows of 2-6 L/min is still performed, a technique in which rebreathing is practically negligible. This special article describes the clinical use of conventional plenum vaporizers, connected to the fresh gas supply to easily perform low (1 L/min), minimal (0.5 L/min) or metabolic flow anaesthesia (0.35 L/min) with conventional Primus Draeger® anaesthesia machines in routine clinical practice.

‣ How informative is the mouse for human gut microbiota research?

Nguyen, Thi Loan Anh; Vieira-Silva, Sara; Liston, Adrian; Raes, Jeroen
Fonte: The Company of Biologists Limited Publicador: The Company of Biologists Limited
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The microbiota of the human gut is gaining broad attention owing to its association with a wide range of diseases, ranging from metabolic disorders (e.g. obesity and type 2 diabetes) to autoimmune diseases (such as inflammatory bowel disease and type 1 diabetes), cancer and even neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g. autism). Having been increasingly used in biomedical research, mice have become the model of choice for most studies in this emerging field. Mouse models allow perturbations in gut microbiota to be studied in a controlled experimental setup, and thus help in assessing causality of the complex host-microbiota interactions and in developing mechanistic hypotheses. However, pitfalls should be considered when translating gut microbiome research results from mouse models to humans. In this Special Article, we discuss the intrinsic similarities and differences that exist between the two systems, and compare the human and murine core gut microbiota based on a meta-analysis of currently available datasets. Finally, we discuss the external factors that influence the capability of mouse models to recapitulate the gut microbiota shifts associated with human diseases, and investigate which alternative model systems exist for gut microbiota research.

‣ Key informant interviews with coordinators of special events conducted to increase cancer screening in the United States

Escoffery, Cam; Rodgers, Kirsten; Kegler, Michelle C.; Haardörfer, Regine; Howard, David; Roland, Katherine B.; Wilson, Katherine M.; Castro, Georgina; Rodriguez, Juan
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
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Special events such as health fairs, cultural festivals and charity runs are commonly employed in the community to increase cancer screening; however, little is known about their effectiveness. The purpose of this study is to assess the activities, screening outcomes, barriers and recommendations of special events to increase breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening. In-depth interviews were conducted nationally with 51 coordinators of events in June to September 2012. Health fairs and screening days were the most common events conducted, primarily for breast cancer education. Goals were to increase awareness of cancer screening and reach special populations. Evidence-based Community Guide strategies to increase cancer screening employed were: small media, reducing structural barriers, one-on-one education or group education. For each event that provided screening on-site or through referral, a mean of 35 breast, 28 cervical and 19 colorectal cancer screenings were reported. Coordinators made recommendations for further evaluation of special events, and most plan to conduct another special event. These data are novel and provide baseline documentation of activities and recommendations for a commonly used community-based cancer screening intervention that lacks evidence of effectiveness. Additional research to better understand the use of special events for increasing cancer screening is warranted.

‣ Special population considerations and regulatory affairs for clinical research

Grimsrud, Kristin N.; Sherwin, Catherine M. T.; Constance, Jonathan E.; Tak, Casey; Zuppa, Athena F.; Spigarelli, Michael G.; Mihalopoulos, Nicole L.
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
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Special populations, including women (non-pregnant and pregnant), pediatrics, and the elderly, require additional consideration with regard to clinical research. There are very specific regulatory laws, which protect these special populations, that need to be understood and adhered to in order to perform clinical research. This review provides a broad overview of some of the physiological differences in special populations and discusses how these differences may affect study design and regulatory considerations. These various special populations, with respect to regulatory affairs, are clearly defined within the Code of Federal Regulations. The definition of “special population” exists to provide enhanced awareness of their vulnerabilities, thereby allowing the creation of regulatory guidance aimed to decrease injury or outright harm. Currently, progress is being made to be more inclusive of special populations in clinical trials. This reflects changing attitudes towards drug information, with it being more representative of those patients that will ultimately be prescribed or exposed to the therapy. However, all research undertaken in these populations should be performed in a manner that ensures all protections of each participant are upheld.

‣ A Comparison of General Medical and Clinical Ethics Consultations: What Can We Learn From Each Other?

Geppert, Cynthia M.A.; Shelton, Wayne N.
Fonte: Mayo Foundation Publicador: Mayo Foundation
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Despite the emergence of clinical ethics consultation as a clinical service in recent years, little is known about how clinical ethics consultation differs from, or is the same as, other medical consultations. A critical assessment of the similarities and differences between these 2 types of consultations is important to help the medical community appreciate ethics consultation as a vital service in today's health care setting. Therefore, this Special Article presents a comparison of medical and clinical ethics consultations in terms of fundamental goals of consultation, roles of consultants, and methodologic approaches to consultation, concluding with reflections on important lessons about the physician-patient relationship and medical education that may benefit practicing internists. Our aim is to examine ethics consultation as a clinical service integral to the medical care of patients. Studies for this analysis were obtained through the PubMed database using the keywords ethics consultation, medical consultation, ethics consults, medical consults, ethics consultants, and medical consultants. All English-language articles published from 1970 through August 2011 that pertained to the structure and process of medical and ethics consultation were reviewed.

‣ A Dermatologist's Perspective on Vitamin D

Vanchinathan, Veena; Lim, Henry W.
Fonte: Mayo Foundation Publicador: Mayo Foundation
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Vitamin D is a fat-soluble steroid hormone that is crucial for human health and has recently generated controversy regarding its role in human health and disease. In this Special Article, we discuss our dermatologic perspective on vitamin D in a question-and-answer format. We discuss methods of obtaining vitamin D, including cutaneous photobiosynthesis, diet, and supplements and include the recent US Institute of Medicine recommendations. Other reviewed topics include the associations among skin pigmentation, climate, photoprotection, and vitamin D levels. We also elaborate on the popular interest in sun exposure as a method of normalizing vitamin D levels in the context of the risks of solar and artificial radiation. We also discuss groups at risk for vitamin D inadequacy, the need for testing serum vitamin D levels, and the role of phototherapy in patients with malabsorption conditions and hypervitaminosis D, with a focus on patients with sarcoidosis. Finally, we summarize our recommendations on vitamin D.

‣ Suicide in the US Army

Lineberry, Timothy W.; O'Connor, Stephen S.
Fonte: Mayo Foundation Publicador: Mayo Foundation
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Suicide in the US Army is a high-profile public health problem that is complex and poorly understood. Adding to the confusion surrounding Army suicide is the challenge of defining and understanding individuals/populations dying by suicide. Data from recent studies have led to a better understanding of risk factors for suicide that may be specifically associated with military service, including the impact of combat and deployment on increased rates of psychiatric illness in military personnel. The next steps involve applying these results to the development of empirically supported suicide prevention approaches specific to the military population. This special article provides an overview of suicide in the Army by synthesizing new information and providing clinical pearls based on research evidence.

‣ Parental employment and health insurance coverage among school-aged children with special health care needs.

Heck, K E; Makuc, D M
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /12/2000 Português
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OBJECTIVES: This study examined parental employment and health insurance coverage among children with and without special health care needs. Special needs were defined as conditions likely to require a high amount of parental care, potentially affecting parental employment. METHODS: Data from the 1994 National Health Interview Survey were analyzed for 21,415 children aged 5 to 17 years, including 1604 children with special needs. Logistic regression was used to estimate the effect of special needs on the odds of full-time parental employment and on the odds of a child's being uninsured, having Medicaid, or having employer-sponsored insurance. RESULTS: Parents of children with special needs had less full-time employment. Their children had lower odds of having employer-sponsored insurance (adjusted odds ratio [OR] = 0.7) than other children. Children with special needs had greater odds of Medicaid coverage (adjusted OR = 2.3-5.1, depending on family income). Children with and without special needs were equally likely to be uninsured. CONCLUSIONS: Lower full-time employment among parents of children with special needs contributes to the children's being less likely to have employer-sponsored health insurance. Medicaid covers many children with special needs...

‣ Inclusive education & special education: complementary propositions in the context of a school open to the diversity; Educação inclusiva & educação especial: propostas que se complementam no contexto da escola aberta à diversidade

Glat, Rosana; Pletsch, Márcia Denise; Fontes, Rejane de Souza
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Santa Maria Publicador: Universidade Federal de Santa Maria
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 04/11/2007 Português
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Inclusive Education has becoming increasingly present in Brazilian Educational discourse, in recent years, based on the motto “Education for All”. In this context, Special Education – that historically has been responsible for the education of people with disabilities, severe learning and /or behavior problems, and high abilities – has gaining greater visibility in the political-educational debates. From this perspective, the present article presents a brief discussion about de process of implementation of Inclusive Education in Brazil, analyzing the concept of Special Educational Needs and the role of Special Education in the mist of this policy. The position presented here, is that the support of Special Education is required for the implementation and success of Inclusive Education in our country.; No Brasil, vem crescendo nos últimos anos o discurso em prol da Educação Inclusiva, com base na consigna “Educação para Todos”. Nesse contexto, a Educação Especial — que historicamente foi responsabilizada pela educação de indivíduos com deficiências, distúrbios graves de aprendizagem e /ou de comportamento e altas habilidades — vem ganhando maior visibilidade nos debates político-educacionais. Partindo desta perspectiva...

‣ A inclusão de alunos com necessidades educativas especiais e os impasses frente à capacitação dos profissionais da educação básica: um estudo de caso; Inclusion of students with special learning needs and impasses in the training of basic education professionals: a case study

Kafrouni, Roberta Mastrantonio; Pan, Miriam Aparecida Graciano de Souza
Fonte: UFPR Publicador: UFPR
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; avaliado por pares; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 09/12/2005 Português
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O presente artigo resulta de um pesquisa realizada em escolas públicas da cidade de Curitiba cujo objetivo foi compreender as principais necessidades dos profissionais da educação básica em relação à inclusão de alunos com necessidades especiais na rede regular de ensino, prevista na nova Lei de Diretrizes e Bases da Educação Nacional. Foram feitos, num período de três meses, estudos de caso em 9 escolas através de questionários, entrevistas, reuniões, observações participantes em sala de aula e em atividades extraclasse. Foram acompanhados 31 alunos com necessidades especiais, 33 professores e 15 membros de equipes pedagógicas, tendo sido atingidos os três níveis da educação básica. Os resultados da pesquisa indicaram que a maioria das escolas investigadas não têm um projeto específico de inclusão, o que parece acarretar dificuldades como rigidez curricular, metodológica e avaliativa, bem como falta de esclarecimento sobre as necessidades educativas especiais. Observou-se também a necessidade de instrumentalização dos professores para o atendimento de alunos com necessidades especiais. Constatou-se que a concepção de aluno vigente na escola tende à homogeneização...

‣ O papel do jogo no processo de inclusão de crianças com necessidades educativas especiais: alternativas no cotidiano escolar; The role of play in the process of inclusion of children with special educational needs: alternatives in daily schooling

Nunes, Ana Luiza Ruschel; UNEPG - Ponta Grossa - PR; Lemos, Helen Denise Daneres; UFMG - Minas Gerais - MG; Mendes, Rodrigo Cezar; UFSM - Santa Maria - RS
Fonte: Núcleo de Publicações do CED - UFSC Publicador: Núcleo de Publicações do CED - UFSC
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 25/04/2008 Português
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Este artigo corresponde a um recorte das inúmeras reflexões obtidas com a investigação no projeto de pesquisa intitulado “Jogos e brinquedos para o desenvolvimento de crianças com necessidades especiais: as alternativas no cotidiano escolar para um trabalho de inclusão”, desenvolvido no período de 2001 a 2003. O objetivo principal foi investigar o significado do jogo no processo de inclusão de crianças com necessidades especiais nos anos iniciais do Ensino Fundamental. Esta pesquisa justifica-se pelo impulso que estudos nessa área podem oferecer em relação à valorização do jogo como um recurso mediador da aprendizagem de crianças e do processo de inclusão dos alunos em nossas escolas. Assim, foram desenvolvidos estudos relacionados a questões como ludicidade, jogo, integração, inclusão, necessidades especiais e necessidades educativas especiais, formação inicial e continuada de professores e adotados autores como Sassaki (1997), Skliar (1999), Costa (2003), Rodrigues (2005), Ainscow (2001), Freitas (2005), Antunes (2002, 2004) e Huberman (1992). A metodologia é de abordagem qualitativa, em que realizamos estudos descritivos de natureza etnográfica, optando pelo estudo de caso, de forma a coletar o máximo de informações contextuais em âmbito pessoal...

‣ Atendimento a candidatos com necessidades especiais nos processos seletivos da Universidade de Brasília; Dealing with special need applicants during the admission process of Universidade de Brasília

Vinícius Araújo Soares, Marcus; Luiz Rabelo, Mauro
Fonte: Linhas Críticas; Critical Lines Publicador: Linhas Críticas; Critical Lines
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; Formato: application/pdf
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O artigo a seguir trata do atendimento a candidatos portadores de necessidades especiais (PNEs) que participam dos concursos realizados pela Universidade de Brasília (UnB). Embora preste esse tipo de atendimento em todos os eventos que organiza, no que segue centramos a nossa atenção nos processos seletivos de acesso à UnB, quais sejam o vestibular e o Programa de Avaliação Seriada (PAS). Na primeira parte do artigo, são explicadas as motivações que levam a UnB a dar a devida importância à questão do atendimento diferenciado. Em seguida, trata-se dos atendimentos que são realizados e apresentam-se, detalhadamente, vários dos procedimentos adotados. Por fim, são mostrados alguns dos números relativos ao acesso de alunos portadores de necessidades especiais na UnB.   ; The present paper discusses the treatment conveyed to special need applicants during selective processes organized by Universidade de Brasilia (UnB). Although UnB regularly provides such services, focus will be given to Lhe two types of admission processes. In the first part of this article the motivations that guide UnB in offering differentiated treatment to candidates with special needs will be discussed. Subsequently, the special services offered will be described in detail. Lastly...