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Člani komisij o dosedanjem usmerjanju otrok s čustvenimi in vedenjskimi motnjami
Hladnik, Vesna (Author), Kobolt, Alenka (Author)

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Abstract
Na področju usmerjanja otrok s posebnimi potrebami so v Sloveniji pravkar v pripravi nov zakon in smernice nove Bele knjige (konceptualna izhodišča za razvoj področja), kar oboje dviguje kar nekaj prahu med zainteresirano strokovno in širšo javnostjo predvsem zaradi ohranjanja kategorialnega pristopa ter s tem povezanimi tudi izredno visokimi kriteriji za usmerjanje otrok s čustvenimi in vedenjskimi težavami in motnjami. Zadnje spremembe na področju usmerjanja otrok s posebnimi potrebami so se zgodile leta 2007. V prispevku s pomočjo kvalitativne analize intervjujev z različnimi strokovnimi profili, ki sodelujejo v komisijah za usmerjanje, predstavljava njihove izkušnje in videnja, ki se nanašajo predvsem na skupino otrok s čustvenimi in vedenjskimi motnjami. Prispevek najprej opiše leta 2007 uvedene spremembe in nato predstavi prakso usmerjanja v omenjeno skupino skozi izkušnje in pripoved sogovornic, pri čemer njihove izkušnje primerjava z raziskovalnimi izsledki drugih virov.

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Keywords:čustvene in vedenjske težave/motnje
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2011
Publisher:Združenje za socialno pedagogiko
Number of pages:175-196
Numbering:15
ISSN:1408-2942
Views:478
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Title:Members of the assessment boards on the assessment practices for children with emotional and behavioural disorders
Abstract:
The new legislation and new guidelines of the White Paper (conceptual guidelines for the development of the field of education) which are currently being drafted and affect the field of assessment of children with special needs are causing quite a stir in the professional community and general public in Slovenia, mainly due to their preservation of a categorical approach and the related high demands and strict criteria for assessing children with emotional and behavioural difficulties and disorders. The most recent amendments pertaining to assessment practices for children with special needs date back to 2007. Based on a qualitative analysis of interviews with experts from diverse areas who sit on the assessment boards, the paper presents their experiences and views regarding the issue of children with emotional and behavioural disorders. First, it describes the amendments introduced in 2007. Then it presents the assessment practices as experienced and described by the interviewees, comparing their experiences with research findings from other sources.

Keywords:emotional and behavioural difficulties/disorders

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