Inkluderad? - pedagogers arbete för inkludering av fysiskt funktionsnedsatta elever på fritidshem

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Publication Student thesis
Title Inkluderad? - pedagogers arbete för inkludering av fysiskt funktionsnedsatta elever på fritidshem
Author(s) Macbagan, Camilla ; Pollacco, Hannah
Date 2016
English abstract
The purpose of the survey was to see what methods teachers use to include the physically disabled students in leisure education and the used methods meet the goals and requirements under the UNCRC, the Salamanca Statement and national law formulate. The study had two main questions: How do teachers describe their methods of including the physically disabled students at leisure centers? Does the leisure education meet the requirements of the UNCRC, the Salamanca Statement and national law? Followed by two sub-questions: What is the economic conditions of the leisure centers? In what extent are the leisure centers accessible for the physical disabled students? To answer the purpose and issues qualitative group interviews with 2-3 teachers at three separate leisure centers in a minor, and major municipality in Skåne was conducted. The survey shows that there is a commitment and an ongoing effort to include students with physical disabilities in activities. The survey also shows that there is a risk that these students are stigmatized and restricted in personal development. In order to achieve the goals contained in the declarations and national legislation governing the integration and inclusion of physically disabled students, the survey shows that more extensive changes are required in the way the school organization meets these students' needs at the leisure centers.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Lärande och samhälle
Pages 38
Language swe (iso)
Subject(s) exclusion
identity
inclusion
physically disabled students
stigmatization
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/20679 (link to this page)

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