Each child is unique and from school we also make every effort to customize their education and adapt us to their rhythm of learning.
One of the challenges that schools and teachers are currently facing is the need to address diversity in the classroom and the different capabilities and interests of the students. There has been a steady increase in students with learning disorders in recent years, partly due to the closure of special education units but also because processes for diagnosing these disorders have improved.
At Airina , we believe that we must do much more than simply live with diversity. We have to take a step further and actually understand this diversity and offer different educational responses in order to get the most out of each student. Addressing diversity in the classroom is therefore an essential feature at all the Institució Familiar d'Educació schools.
Currently, Airina has a Cabinet for addressing diversity (educational psychology) which diagnose possible problems of learning. Once targeted the problem of students, this is some educational programmes which the Centre has integrated more tracked individualized with the aim of reinforcing the aspects that have been detected as improved.
At Airina we have taken a step forward to be able to understand this diversity and give an educational response, also diverse, that allows to get the maximum of each student.
We have reinforcement classes for students with special educational needs or capacities to reinforce and work with them — and their families — the knowledge and aspects that require special dedication. This accompaniment and follow-up work is integrated into the center's program and day-to-day school.