6-14 éves magyarországi látássérült fiatalok társadalmi integrációjának esélyei és lehetőségei az oktatási rendszerben részlet /

In this essay I analysed young people with visual impairments in Hungary aged 6-14. I asked people who are close to these children. For instance, 1 made interviews with kindergarten teachers, schoolmistresses, special education teachers and with parents (who has got a child with this disability]. My...

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Main Author: Gábor-Szabó Vivien
Corporate Author: Országos Tudományos Diákköri Konferencia (34.) (2019) (Szeged)
Format: Book part
Published: 2019
Series:Tanulmányok a társadalomról 4
Tanulmányok a társadalomról IV. : a Szegedi Tudományegyetem JGYPK ATIKI Alkalmazott Társadalomtudományok Tanszék, ETSZK Szociális Munka és Szociálpolitika Tanszék, és a BTK Szociológia Tanszék tudományos diákköri munkái 4
Kulcsszavak:Fogyatékosság - látás - tanítás, Esélyegyenlőség - oktatásügy - Magyarország
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Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/69424
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Summary:In this essay I analysed young people with visual impairments in Hungary aged 6-14. I asked people who are close to these children. For instance, 1 made interviews with kindergarten teachers, schoolmistresses, special education teachers and with parents (who has got a child with this disability]. My hypothesis were correct The were my sentences before I started the survey. In Hungary there are children who don't get lectures from special education teacher. This problem has a lot of reason. Furthermore, these students aren't get the materials which are necessary to learn with because there are children whose won’t diagnosed yet. In our country there aren't enough special school for these children and in he normal schools the integration is also very difficult It would be good if the college students who became kindergarten teachers and schoolmistresses had lessons to how can they teach these children. And the other teachers who are working now they should go to in-service trainings to get these information. I think my essay positivity is that I focused on the integration-segregation dichotomy only one group of the disabled people.
Physical Description:168-188
ISBN:978-615-00-5056-0