This work consists in the study of 159 students attending the firstlevel of the Secondary Vocational Education Degreeat the University’s School of Nursing Sciences. Those students corresponded principally to the Public Sector, howeverthe samples were also obtained from the Private Sector. Those students attendedclasses for four hours per week. The study has the objective of describing theconstruction of the different groups, as well as the degree ofgeographical distribution. The data on the basic variables and theconstruction of the groups were obtained using the statistical programGephi.
The topics are related to the construction and stylistics of art andliterature. Those studies will be used as a basis for a teacher professionaldevelopment program. This study was presented orally in the TeachingPreparation Seminar of the Liberal Art and the Coordinator ofPost Graduation Program of the same institution. The researchmethodology includes descriptions of the programs, followed bythe development of the work plan. The analysis of the data was constantlypenetrated with the ideas of the method of Non-Participant Observation(NPO).
A systematic review of the empirical evidence of interventions targeting levels ofreading ability in students with dyslexia was carried out in order toestimate the extent to which their reading ability is improved. Findings fromtwo studies of the Reading Program were used since theirstudied samples of students and intervention protocols reflectthe study; and both studies were found to have sufficient quality andcontrol over the interventions to be able to be used in the review.
Besides that, the program allows for the articulation of a framework of methodologies that fit best with the educational purposes of teachingreading and writing. It could be concluded that this program is easy toapply and is broadly based on traditional learning practices and, therefore, italso does not threaten the flexibility and the quality of the teaching, as wellas the pedagogical balance between the basic, secondary and higher education. d2c66b5586