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Migracijski režimi in učna uspešnost otrok migrantov v Sloveniji
Franko Dobnikar, Anja (Author), Gaber, Slavko (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Migracije so v današnjem času vsakdanji pojav, ki vpliva tako na družine migrantov kot tudi na države, v katere se migranti priseljujejo. Države se z različnimi migracijskimi in integracijskimi politikami trudijo zagotoviti čim boljše pogoje za integracijo migrantov, vendar pa so pri omenjenem procesu pomembni tudi neformalni diskurzi, ki sestojijo iz različnih elementov. To so na primer vrste migracij, jezikovna bližina oziroma oddaljenost, zavzetost migrantov za integracijo ter odnos večinskega prebivalstva do migrantov. Skupek naštetih formalnih in neformalnih dejavnikov tvori specifični migracijski režim neke države. Le-ta lahko močno vpliva na proces integracije migrantov in s tem tudi na uspešnost vključevanja otrok priseljencev v šolski sistem. Raziskave kažejo, da se rezultati učencev migrantov po državah pomembno razlikujejo, pri čemer so dosežki otrok priseljencev večinoma nižji kot dosežki njihovih vrstnikov brez migrantskega ozadja. Jezik je velikokrat ena izmed glavnih ovir pri doseganju dobrih rezultatov, zato je nujno posvetiti dovolj pozornosti učenju in poučevanju jezika države gostiteljice. Z uspešnimi integracijskimi politikami ter primernimi pristopi v okviru šole lahko učencem migrantom zagotovimo potrebno podporo na poti doseganja želenih učnih rezultatov in kasnejšo enakopravno vključitev v družbo. V raziskovalnem delu diplomske naloge bomo predstavili intervjuje s štirimi družinami migrantov. Posebej smo se osredotočili na njihov pogled na slovenski šolski sistem. Ugotavljamo, da je njihov pogled na slovenski šolski sistem pozitiven, učenci iz omenjenih družin pa so v šoli zelo uspešni.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:otroci migranti
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2016
COBISS.SI-ID:11126857 This link opens in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Migration regimes and educational performance of immigrant children in Slovenia
Abstract:
Today migartions are a common phenomenon, influencing both migrant families and destination countries. Countries implement different migration and integration policies to ensure the best possible conditions for integrating migrants. However, varying elements, comprising an informal discourse, play an important role in the integration process. Examples of such elements are types of migration, linguistic proximity, the efforts of migrants to integrate and attitudes of the majority population towards migrants. The totality of these various formal and informal factors constitutes country specific migration regimes. Migration regimes can strongly influence the process of integration and, consequently, successful inclusion of immigrant children in the school system. Research shows, that achievements of imigrant pupils differ significantly accross countries, with immigrant pupilsʼ achievements mostly being lower than the achievements of their native counterparts. Language is often a main cause of barriers to high achievements, which is why attention has to be paid to teaching and learning the language of the host country. Implementing successful integration policies and appropriate approaches in schools can provide adequate support in the process of achieving desirable learning outcomes and equal inclusion in society later on. In the research section we present interviews with four migrant families. We were particularly focused on their perceptions of the Slovene school system. We found their perceptions of the school system rather positive and their childrenʼs school achievements very satisfying.

Keywords:immigrant children

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