Švietimo išteklių įtaka mokinių, turinčių specialiųjų poreikių, ugdymui bendrojo lavinimo mokyklose

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Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Švietimo išteklių įtaka mokinių, turinčių specialiųjų poreikių, ugdymui bendrojo lavinimo mokyklose
Alternative Title:
Educational resources and their use for the education of children with special needs in comprehensive schools
In the Journal:
Edukacinės studijos. 2008, 5, p. 177-188
Keywords:
LT
Mokymosi ištekliai; Vaikai, turintys specialiųjų ugdymosi poreikių; Švietimo ištekliai, specialiųjų ugdymosi poreikių vaikai.
EN
Children with special needs; Educational resources; Educational resources, children with special educational needs.
Summary / Abstract:

EN2) to analyse the ratio between the system of supply with educational resources and the efficiency of the organization of special education; 3) to define whether available educational resources meet the demands of special education in comprehensive schools. The research methods: 1) analysis of scientific (management, pedagogical, and psychological) literature and documents; 2) questionnaire survey of school leaders; 3) mathematical-statistical analysis of the data applied for data processing, etc. The base of the research: comprehensive schools in Utena region. The theoretical part of the research analyses government documents (the Law on Education of the Republic of Lithuania, the Law on Special Education of the Republic of Lithuania, the guidelines of education in Lithuania in 2003 - 2012, the sponsorship documents referring to special education of schoolchildren, and others) as well as works of famous Lithuanian scientists such as Želvys, Galkienė, Adomaitienė, Ambrukaitis, Ruškus that have performed research in the field under investigation. The research focuses on the teachers that work with schoolchildren with special needs, their qualification refreshment, demand for specialists (speech therapists, typhlopedagogues, special teachers, and others), financial problems, material resources. The thesis introduces works of foreign scientists (Gray, Jenkner, Kaufman, Fletcher-Campbel and others), shows the experience of such countries as Bulgaria, Island, Poland, Luxemburg, Great Britain, France, Romania, and others. The second part of the thesis describes researches carried out in comprehensive schools in Utena region in 2004 - 2005. The research includes 61 comprehensive schools in five districts and one town. Applying different research methods, the data was collected on the use of educational resources for education of schoolchildren with special needs (about 2030 schoolchildren which makes 9 °f° of all s.the sponsorship documents referring to special education of schoolchildren, and others) as well as works of famous Lithuanian scientists such as Želvys, Galkienė, Adomaitienė, Ambrukaitis, Ruškus that have performed research in the field under investigation. The research focuses on the teachers that work with schoolchildren with special needs, their qualification refreshment, demand for specialists (speech therapists, typhlopedagogues, special teachers, and others), financial problems, material resources. The thesis introduces works of foreign scientists (Gray, Jenkner, Kaufman, Fletcher-Campbel and others), shows the experience of such countries as Bulgaria, Island, Poland, Luxemburg, Great Britain, France, Romania, and others. The second part of the thesis describes researches carried out in comprehensive schools in Utena region in 2004–2005. The research includes 61 comprehensive schools in five districts and one town. Applying different research methods, the data was collected on the use of educational resources for education of schoolchildren with special needs (about 2030 schoolchildren which makes 9% of all schoolchildren from comprehensive schools of the region). The research showed that educational resources intended for schoolchildren with special needs in comprehensive schools in Utena region have changed for the better; however, most school leaders that were surveyed think that the growth of financial resources is too slow and does not meet the demands of education. [From the publication]

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1822-9204
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