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Self-concept of students in inclusive settings
Majda Schmidt, Branka Čagran, 2008, original scientific article

Abstract: The present evaluation case study investigates the self-concept of the students from 7th grade in regular primary school. The study results indicate that, in comparison to their hearing peers, integrated students with a hearingimpairment have a lower academic and social self-concept, as well as a general self-concept but a higher physical self-concept. There are differences among students with a hearing impairment in both the individual dimension and general self-concept. There are no statistically significant differences between the class with integrated students, on the one hand, and the class without them, on the other; however, there is a noticeable advantage for the students from the class with integrated learners over the other class serving as control group in all three individual dimensions as well as in general self-concept.
Keywords: education, primary education, integration, inclusion, children with special needs, self-concept, awareness, evaluation, identity
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 1390; Downloads: 39
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