Požiūris į kitokį vaiką: pradinės mokyklos atvejis

Rinkinys:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Publikacijos rūšis:
Straipsnis / Article
Kalba:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Antraštė:
Požiūris į kitokį vaiką: pradinės mokyklos atvejis
Kita antraštė:
Attitude towards the different child: the case of primary school
Leidinyje:
Socialinis ugdymas . 2014, Nr. 2 (38), p. 56-67
Pastabos:
LDB Open.
Reikšminiai žodžiai:
LT
Fizinė negalia; Fizinė negalia, įtraukusis ugdymas; Intelekto sutrikimai; Negalia; Specialiųjų ugdymo poreikių turintys vaikai; Specialiųjų ugdymo poreikių turintys vaikai, negalia, intelekto sutrikimai,; Įtraukusis ugdymas
EN
Children in special needs; Children in special needs, dissability, mental disorders, physical disorders, inclusive; Dissability; Education; Inclusive education; Mental disorders; Physical disorders
Santrauka / Anotacija:

LTStraipsnyje nagrinėjamas pradinių klasių mokinių požiūris į mokinius, turinčius specialiųjų ugdymosi poreikių (toliau – SUP) dėl intelekto ir kitų negalių. Trumpai aptariamas Lietuvoje nueitas švietimo sistemos kelias nuo integruoto iki inkliuzinio SUP turinčių vaikų ugdymo, remiantis pasaulyje įsitvirtinusiu inkliuzijos indeksu. Aptariami esminiai inkliuzinio ugdymo principai ir pristatomas tyrimas, kuris išryškino, koks yra įprastinės raidos vaikų požiūris į drauge besimokančius mokinius, turinčius negalią. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe article summarises the attitudes of primary school students towards classmates that have SEN (special educational needs).Purpose of the study is to analyse the attitudes of regular schoolchildren in primary grades towards the SEN pupils learning with them, i.e., pupils with various disabilities of intellect, motion or state. The following were studied: regular students’ attitudes towards the usefulness of SEN students learning together with regular students; relationships between students of regular development and SEN students; the disposition of regular students to cooperate with students that have disabilities and provide them with help if necessary.The study included 105 primary students of regular development, 15 students with special educational needs due to severe disability and the 5 pedagogues that teach these children. The study was conducted by applying quantitative and qualitative research methods and later processed by applying statistical and content analysis methods.The children also think that the best places for educating these children are special schools or at home. It was also determined that regular students did not view SEN students as their equals and could not even imagine what kind of help they could receive from them or what kind of help they could provide for them themselves. Despite this, the majority of regular students willingly befriend SUP students and help them understand new communications technology (the internet, mobile connection). However, they admit that occasional teasing occurs due to the SUP student’s physical weakness or inability related to their mental or physical disability.An especially saddening discovery is that a substantial number of children choose to "not get involved", "pay no attention" and "mind my own business" when a disabled or weaker child is being hurt. [From the publication]

ISSN:
1392-9569, 2351-6011
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Nuoroda į įrašą:
https://www.lituanistika.lt/content/63703
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2020-07-28 20:26:13
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