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ANALIZA SREDNJEŠOLSKEGA IZOBRAŽEVANJA OTROK S POSEBNIMI POTREBAMI V SLOVENIJI IN NA ŠKOTSKEM
KATIĆ, SABINA (Author), Setnikar Cankar, Stanka (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
V magistrskem delu smo predstavili srednješolsko izobraževanje otrok s posebnimi potrebami (v nadaljevanju OPP) v Sloveniji in na Škotskem. Ker se v slovenskem strokovnem in medijskem prostoru večinoma ukvarjajo z OPP v osnovnošolskem izobraževanju, je bil naš izziv raziskovanje področja srednješolskega izobraževanja. Na podlagi literature domačih avtorjev, podatkov s pristojnega ministrstva in javnih zavodov, smo z opisnimi dejstvi ter numeričnimi podatki skušali prikazati čim bolj celovito sliko obravnavanega področja. Pri proučevanju Škotske smo ob pomoči znanstvenih člankov, internetnih virov in objav škotske vlade dobili ključne podatke za ta segment magistrskega dela. Na podlagi proučenega lahko povzamemo, da se v Sloveniji število OPP na področju srednješolskega izobraževanja povečuje. Med temi otroki jih ima največ primanjkljaje na posameznih področjih učenja, realizacija dodatne strokovne pomoči pa je nizka. Pri zaključevanju srednješolskega izobraževanja se kandidatom s posebnimi potrebami največkrat prilagodi način preverjanja znanja. Pri financiranju programov srednjega šolstva se skupni znesek višine sredstev z leti povečuje. Finančna sredstva, namenjena za srednješolsko izobraževanje OPP v Sloveniji, niso primerljiva s Škotsko, saj ta temu namenja bistveno več sredstev. Škotski srednješolski izobraževalni sistem je naravnan v korist celotnega razreda in ni usmerjen zgolj v pravice posameznega OPP. Zaključimo lahko, da v slovenski šolski prostor ne moremo prenesti vseh dobrih elementov tujega sistema, lahko pa za razvoj aktivnih državljanov v družbi OPP usposobimo za opravljanje poklica, za katerega se izobražujejo, in razmislimo o izboljšavi izobraževalnega procesa ter odpravi pomanjkljivosti pri prilagoditvah in oblikah dela.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:otroci s posebnimi potrebami, srednješolsko izobraževanje, Slovenija, kandidati s posebnimi potrebami, dodatna strokovna pomoč, financiranje, Škotska
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FU - Faculty of Administration
Year:2019
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:THE ANALYSIS OF UPPER SECONDARY EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN SLOVENIA AND SCOTLAND
Abstract:
The master thesis presents secondary level education of children with special needs in Slovenia and in Scotland. Since Slovenian professionals and the media generally deal with the primary education of special needs children, we set out to explore the area of secondary education. Based on Slovenian scientific literature and data obtained from the competent ministry and other public institutions, we provided descriptive facts and numerical data to give a comprehensive overview of the topic in question. While exploring the situation in Scotland, scientific articles, internet resources and information from the Scottish government were used to obtain data that was essential for this part of the master thesis. On the basis of what we have gathered, we can summarize that the number of special needs children included in the secondary level of education in Slovenia is increasing. Most of these children have deficits in particular learning areas, while the implementation of additional professional assistance is poor. When completing secondary education, examination methods are usually adapted to the candidates with special needs. With regard to financing secondary education programmes, the total amount of funding has been increasing over the years. The funds intended for secondary education of special needs children in Slovenia cannot be compared to those in Scotland, where the amount is substantially higher. The Scottish secondary education system is oriented towards the benefit of the entire class and is not solely geared towards the rights of one particular special needs child. We can conclude that not all positive elements of the foreign system can be transferred to the Slovenian school space. However, we can train special needs children to pursue professions for which they are being educated in order to develop active citizenship. Furthermore, we can consider improving the educational system and eliminating the shortcomings related to adjustments and forms of work.

Keywords:children with special needs, secondary education, Slovenia, candidates with special needs, additional professional assistance, funding, Scotland

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