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Title:Delo z učenci s posebnimi potrebami : mnenja in izkušnje učiteljev geografije
Authors:Resnik Planinc, Tatjana (Author)
Kolnik, Karmen (Author)
Cosier, James (Translator)
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URL http://revije.ff.uni-lj.si/Dela/article/view/dela.46.4.89-122
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Scientific work (r2)
Typology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:V času značilnih hitrih sprememb na področju znanja, tehnologije ter tudi sistema vrednot dobivajo otroci in mladostniki s posebnimi potrebami drugačno mesto in vlogo v svetu, kot so jo imeli v preteklosti. Na področju oseb s posebnimi potrebami so s spremembami vzniknile in obrodile ideje integracije, normalizacije in v novejšem času inkluzije. S pilotsko kvalitativno raziskavo smo želeli ugotoviti, kako učitelji geografije, ki poučujejo na osnovnih in srednjih šolah v Sloveniji, ocenjujejo svojo usposobljenost za delo z učenci s posebnimi potrebami in kakšne so njihove dosedanje izkušnje. Učitelji geografije se zavedajo pomembnosti in zahtevnosti tovrstnih nalog ter jih tudi z vso odgovornostjo sprejemajo, pri čemer so v oceni lastne kompetentnosti kritični. Med največje pomanjkljivosti dosedanjega dela v inkluzivni šoli uvrščajo preveliko število učencev s posebnimi potrebami, vključenih v posamezen razred, saj vključenost več kot dveh učencev z različnimi posebnimi potrebami lahko pomembno vpliva na kakovost pouka v razredu.
Keywords:geografija, inkluzivna vzgoja in izobraževanje, učitelji geografije, didaktika, otroci s posebnimi potrebami, osnovnošolski pouk, srednješolski pouk, Slovenija
Year of publishing:2016
Number of pages:str. 89-122
Numbering:št. 46
ISSN:0354-0596
UDC:37.091.3:91:376
ISSN on article:0354-0596
COBISS_ID:63791458 New window
DOI:10.4312/dela.46.4.89-122 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:G7F6SZSX
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Title:Dela
Publisher:Oddelek za geografijo Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani
ISSN:0354-0596
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Language:English
Title:Working with students with special educational needs : views and experiences of geography teachers
Abstract:In recent times characterised by rapid changes in knowledge, technology and also in values systems, children and adolescents with special educational needs have taken on a different place and role in the world compared to the past. Along with these changes, when it comes to people with special educational needs the ideas of integration, normalisation and, more recently, of inclusion have emerged and borne fruit. Through a qualitative pilot study we aimed to determine how geography teachers who teach in primary and secondary schools in Slovenia evaluate their own ability to work with students with special educational needs and garner their previous experience doing so. Geography teachers are aware of the importance of their tasks and accept them with full responsibility although they are critical about their own competencies. Among the main shortcomings of the current work in the inclusive school teachers mention an excessive number of pupils with special needs since the involvement of more than two pupils with different special needs can have a significant impact on their ability to achieve high quality teaching standards.
Keywords:geography, inclusive education, geography teachers, didactics, children with disabilities, elementary education, secondary education, Slovenia


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