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Publication 1-year master student thesis
Title Lokalt integrerade grupper - Ett specialpedagogiskt alterrnativ
Author(s) Arvidsson, Jennie
Date 2012
English abstract
Title: Locally Integrated Groups – A special education alternative Author: Jennie Arvidsson Type of essay: Exam essay, second level (15 credits) Supervisor: Barbro Bruce, Examiner: Lisbeth Ohlsson Program: Special Education Program at Malmö Högskola, Sweden Date: 2012-01-12 Present study is an attempt to describe how staff perceive their working operations in seven locally integrated groups, for pupils in special educational needs. By submitting a questionnaire to all professions within the groups I have tried to find similarities and differences in their statements from both structured and unstructured questions. The study is an attempt to contribute knowledge about how these groups can be understood and developed, based on a special education perspective, systems theory and sense of coherence (KASAM). The results shows that there is a consensus among the majority of staff opinions of the systems’ opportunities as well as dilemmas. On the other hand, it is possible to discern some differences in how the different professions describe their working operations according to how satisfied they are with didactic activities, interaction with others and the resources the groups has at its disposal. The basis for these differences lies in a variety of factors that have an effect on the staff opinions. Retrospectively, the study shows that the staff of the local integrated groups are looking for a central control of operations, and a clearer formulation of goals and visions. The staff also expressed a desire to establish a network between the groups, which may contribute to an exchange of experiences and increase the feeling of togetherness. More time for planning, developing further skills and continuous supervision are other resources that are sought after.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Lärande och samhälle
Pages 60
Language swe (iso)
Subject(s) Locally Integrated Groups
Pupils in special educational needs
Neuropsychiatric disorders
Sence of coherence (KASAM)
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/13412 (link to this page)

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