Sutrikusio regėjimо vaikų profesinių ketinimų atitikimas

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Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Sutrikusio regėjimо vaikų profesinių ketinimų atitikimas
Alternative Title:
Correspondence to the professional intent of children with visual impairment
In the Journal:
Edukacinės studijos. 2008, 5, p. 97-109, 281
Mokykla / School; Specialusis ugdymas / Special education; Vaikai / Children.
Summary / Abstract:

LTReikšminiai žodžiai: Bendrojo lavinimo mokykla; Profesinių ketinimų atitikimas; Specialiojo pedagogo funkcijos; Specialusis pedagogas; Sutrikusio regėjimo vaikai, profesiniai ketinimai; Vaikai, turintys sutrikusį regėjimą; Children with Visual Impairment; Children with visual impairment, professional intentions; Correspondence to the Professional Intent; General education school; Special pedagogue functions; Special teacher.

ENLina Gureckienė and Vytautas Gudonis claim in their article that the present school system of Lithuania is inflexible in point of the pupils with visual impairment, therefore, immature children and young people often change schools or simply do not graduate from secondary school. However, the situation will have to change as children with visual impairment as well as their parents desire education in ordinary schools. Therefore, school authorities will have to solve the problems of educating children with special educational needs. Under such circumstances, the most favourable conditions for the education of blind and partially sighted children are in educational centres for the blind and partially sighted as well as boarding schools. Experienced specialists work here. However, the effort of schools alone is not sufficient in forming the images of professions and creating the pupils' vision of the future. It is necessary to involve parents in professional orientation process as well.Without their help and new forms of professional orientation children with visual impairment would have few possibilities to acquire professions that meet their possibilities and establish their place in society. In order to find out the adequacy of the professional intent of children with visual impairment it has been established that the intentions of 60 per cent of the pupils are adequate when choosing the profession, those of 20 per cent of pupils are inadequate and 20 per cent do not have their opinion. A paradoxical trend showed up: the older the children the poorer their knowledge on different professions. The pupils tend to choose the professions that they can get acquainted with during extra-curricular activities and while taking part in various societies. [From the publication]

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