Specialiojo ugdymo įstaigų pedagogų požiūrio į organizacijos veiklą ir ugdymo vertybes raiška

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Specialiojo ugdymo įstaigų pedagogų požiūrio į organizacijos veiklą ir ugdymo vertybes raiška
Alternative Title:
Expression of the attitudes towards the home-organization activities and values among the educators of special education institutions
In the Journal:
Edukacinės studijos. 2008, 3, p. 159-167
Mokytojų ugdymas / Teacher education; Specialusis ugdymas / Special education.
Summary / Abstract:

LTReikšminiai žodžiai: Specialiojo ugdymo institucijos, pedagogų vertybės; Specialiojo ugdymo įstaiga, pedagogų vertybės; Special education institution, values of educator.

ENThe main point of this article is the estimation and evaluation of the home-organization work practice and the educational values among special education institution educators. There was made a nationwide survey among 76 educators of special education and foster houses. As a method of evaluation, there was applied a questionnaire the statements of which encompassed components of different organization activity fields. The results of the survey established that the wide social role and integrational strategies of the educational institutions are approved by the respondents. There was also expressed a wish for the finance control, greater institutional autonomy, however the management of the organization is not associated with the management of the profit-making organizations. While communicating with the colleagues they stay honest, loyal, are more active in the businesslike than in the scientific practice. Concerning the organization-related values, the educators are very keen on motivating pupils for more active personal ambitions and purposes, for training common competencies, which are seen as an assumption for self-realization. The respondents also disapprove of the strategy of "one-track" training. [From the publication]

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