Att utmana eller återskapa traditionen - sex skolors arbete med elever i relationssvårigheter

DSpace Repository

Att utmana eller återskapa traditionen - sex skolors arbete med elever i relationssvårigheter

Show full item record

Files for download

Facebook

Simple item record

Publication Article, peer reviewed scientific
Title Att utmana eller återskapa traditionen - sex skolors arbete med elever i relationssvårigheter
Author(s) Larsson, Hans ; Nilholm, Claes
Date 2012
Editor(s) Bergman, Lotta; Ericsson, Ingegerd
English abstract
Being part of a decentralized system Swedish schools have a rather large possibility to shape their own activities. In the present article we analyze the activities of different schools, working with children who are considered to have problems relating to others. Four schools represent a traditional way to work with these children. In contrast, two additional schools present challenges towards this tradition. Specifically, the work of these two latter schools is focused. The analysis is built upon interviews with three persons in each school: the headmaster, one teacher and the special educational needs coordinator (the SENCO). The two groups of schools are compared with regard to a number of themes: organizational solutions, the importance of school leadership, the role of the “small group”, the role of the SENCOs, occupational development, preventive work, and relations. The two groups of schools differ with regard to all these themes. Finally we discuss the implications of the two different approaches.
Publisher Lärande och Samhälle, Malmö högskola
Host/Issue Educare;1
ISSN 1653-1868
ISBN 978-91-7104-437-2
Pages 29-51
Language swe (iso)
Subject(s) behavioral problems
organization
prevention, principals
schools
segregation
SENCOs
special needs teachers
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/14158 (link to this page)

This item appears in the following Collection(s)

Show full item record

Search


Browse

My Account

Statistics