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Title:UČITELJEV POGLED NA SODELOVANJE ŠOLSKIH SVETOVALNIH DELAVCEV IN UČITELJEV V OSNOVNI IN SREDNJI ŠOLI
Authors:Purgaj, Tjaša (Author)
Javornik Krečič, Marija (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf UNI_Purgaj_Tjasa_2009.pdf (793,18 KB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Vsak otrok v sebi skriva določen zaklad, ki ga je v šolskem prostoru potrebno odkriti in razvijati naprej. Da je otroku omogočen celostni razvoj osebnosti in njegovih potencialov, je potrebno sodelovanje vseh udeležencev vzgojno-izobraževalnega procesa. V diplomskem delu smo se osredotočili na sodelovanje učiteljev in šolskih svetovalnih delavcev, saj so ti v največji meri odgovorni za ustvarjanje ustrezne klime in pogojev za zdrav razvoj otroka v šoli. V teoretičnem delu smo predstavili šolsko svetovalno službo, njene dejavnosti in ciljne skupine, s katerimi sodeluje v procesu svetovanja. Izpostavili smo sodelovanje z učitelji, raziskali, kakšne so možnosti za sodelovanje, predstavili proces posvetovanja in pogledali, kje lahko najdemo možne ovire za sodelovanje. V empiričnem delu diplomske naloge smo raziskali, kako učitelji osnovnih in srednjih šol vidijo, razumejo in ocenjujejo sodelovanje s svetovalnimi delavci na šoli. Ugotovili smo, da je sodelovanje dobro in da so učitelji zadovoljni z dobljeno pomočjo svetovalne službe. Največkrat se učitelji na svetovalne delavce obračajo zaradi učencev s posebnimi potrebami in zaradi vedenjskih težav učencev. Kot možne ovire za sodelovanje so učitelji najpogosteje navajali preobremenjenost tako njih samih kot svetovalnih delavcev in nepripravljenost učiteljev za tak način dela. Ocenjujemo torej, da bi svetovalni delavci morali bolj spodbujati in pritegniti učitelje za posvetovalni način dela, učitelji pa bi se morali začeti zavedati, da le skupno sodelovanje obeh podsistemov na šoli prinaša pozitivne rezultate v razvoju, napredku in učenju učencev.
Keywords:šolska svetovalna služba, šolski svetovalni delavci, učitelji, sodelovanje, posvetovanje, ovire za sodelovanje, osnovna šola, srednja šola
Year of publishing:2009
Publisher:[T. Purgaj]
Source:Maribor
UDC:37(043.2)
COBISS_ID:17327624 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:G6EEA44I
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Language:English
Title:TEACHER`S VIEW OF COOPERATION BETWEEN SCHOOL COUNSELLORS AND TEACHERS AT PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL
Abstract:Every child carries a treasure within that needs to be found and further developed in a school environment. For a child to be able to develop his personality and potentials entirely, cooperation among all participants of the educational process is needed. In the diploma paper we focused on cooperation between teachers and school counsellors, since they are the ones, who are mostly responsible for creating an appropriate climate and conditions for a healthy development of a child in school. In the theoretical part we presented the school guidance program, its activities and target groups, with which it cooperates in the counselling process. We exposed cooperation with the teachers, did a research on the possibilities for cooperation, presented the counselling process and looked at possible obstacles for cooperation. In the empirical part of the diploma paper we did a research on how teachers at primary and secondary schools see, understand and evaluate cooperation with school counsellors. We found out that the cooperation is good and that teachers are satisfied with the help from counselling service. Teachers turn to school counsellors mostly for pupils with special needs and for problems of pupils’ behaviour. Among the most frequent possible obstacles for cooperation teachers mentioned an overload of themselves and school counsellors and unreadiness of teachers for this method of approach. Thus we estimate that school counsellors should encourage and attract teachers more for a consultative method of approach and that teachers should be aware that only a common cooperation of both subsystems at school brings positive results in development, progress and learning of pupils.
Keywords:school guidance program, school counsellors, teachers, cooperation, consultation, obstacles for cooperation, primary school, secondary school


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