Vaikų, turinčių judėjimo sutrikimų, socialinių gebėjimų ugdymas

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Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Vaikų, turinčių judėjimo sutrikimų, socialinių gebėjimų ugdymas
Alternative Title:
Education of social skills in children with motoric impairment
In the Journal:
Specialusis ugdymas [Special Education]. 2008, Nr. 1 (18), p. 158-168
Notes:
LDB Open.
Keywords:
LT
socialiniai gebėjimai; socialinė kompetencija
EN
social skills and social competence
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje analizuojama vaikų, turinčių judėjimo sutrikimų, socialinių gebėjimų ugdymas integruoto mokymo sąlygomis. Atliktas dviejų dalių empirinis tyrimas: kiekybinis, taikant anketinę apklausą, ir kokybinis, taikant teminį laisvąjį individualų pokalbį. Tyrimo rezultatai patvirtina, kad vaikų, turinčių judėjimo sutrikimų, socialiniams gebėjimams ugdyti palankesnės sąlygos yra integruojant mokymą. Per didelė tėvų, senelių globa trukdo ugdyti vaikų, turinčių judėjimo sutrikimų, socialinius gebėjimus. [Iš leidinio]

ENIn recent years foreign scholars researching social work and mental health problems pay great attention to children's and adolescents' psychological preparedness to live, function and participate in the building process of a democratic society. An individual with movement disorders has to learn to think critically, be able to make decisions responsibly, be tolerant, communicative, and self-confident. Lack of research studies focusing on the development of social skills of children with movement disabilities at length is noticeable. Thе article analyses the following problem issue: Are adequate opportunities offered to children with movement disorders for developing their social skills? The research hypothesis: in the conditions of integrated education of children with movement disorders more ivourable opportunities are created for the development of social skills. The research aim is to reveal opportunities for developing social skills of children with movement disorders the environment of integrated education [...] Conclusions: 1. The conducted analysis of literature defined understanding of social skills. 2. The empirical research revealed that most favourable conditions for social skills development are these: • development in the settings of integrated education; • a child's possession of personal aims related to his/her future; • parents who have their own aims not related to the child's nursing develop the child's with movement disorders independence and self-confidence. 3. The empirical research validated that excessive parents' and grandparents' care hinders the development of independence, responsibility, and self-confidence of children with movement disorders. [From the publication]

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1392-5369, 2424-3299
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