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Wednesday, December 11 • 16:35 - 17:05
Taking Care of Reading Diversity: Library Services to Children with Dyslexia on 'Reading to Learn' 照顧閱讀多樣性:以圖書館服務支援讀寫障礙學童在「從閱讀中學習」上的需要

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The necessary action to support dyslexic children’s learning with school library collections and services in order to achieve 'inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all' of the UNESCO Sustainable Development Goal 4 on Education, as well as the Education Bureau’s 'Reading to Learn', should be well received by all school stakeholders, especially teacher-librarians. Effective application of the IFLA Guidelines for Library Services to Persons with Dyslexia – Revised and Extended, in addition to the provision of appropriate library programs and parent education in school, can empower students with dyslexic to be better learners. Good library services to dyslexic students can be reinforced in different ways, including space design, collection development, and professional development training.

學校持分者尤其是圖書館主任必須透過有效的圖書館資源和服務,支援閱讀障礙兒童的學習,以實現聯合國教科文組織「可持續發展目標四」所提及的包容和公平的優質教育,並且實踐教育局四大關鍵項目之一 : 「從閱讀中學習」。 根據國際圖書館協會聯盟(IFLA)的《IFLA對閱讀障礙人士提供圖書館服務指南 – 修訂和擴展》所展示各種支援讀寫障礙學生閱讀學習的方法,結合合適的圖書館活動及家長教育,能輔助讀寫障礙學童的閱讀學習。所探討的方法包括建立混合閱讀資源環境、館藏發展規劃、適切圖書館服務和教師專業發展 。

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avatar for Ms Helen Chan Man-yi 陳敏儀女士

Ms Helen Chan Man-yi 陳敏儀女士

Senior Teacher (Teacher-Librarian), Lam Tin Methodist Primary School 藍田循道衛理小學行政主任(圖書館主任)


Wednesday December 11, 2019 16:35 - 17:05
SEN Theatre 特殊教育需要研討會