master's thesis
Application of psychodrama techniques in inclusion of students with motoric disabilities

Suzana Huber (2016)
University of Zagreb
Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences
Metadata
TitlePrimjena psihodramskih tehnika u procesu inkluzivnog školovanja učenika s motoričkim teškoćama
AuthorSuzana Huber
Mentor(s)Damir Miholić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Uključivanje djece s motoričkim teškoćama u sustav redovnog osnovno školskog obrazovanja, osnova je inkluzivnog koncepta. Zadatak je škole, pri provedbi obrazovne inkluzije, uvažiti i prihvatiti različitosti među djecom i mladima kao poticaj u procesu učenja i poučavanja, a ne prepreke. Nažalost, učenici s motoričkim teškoćama često se zbog stereotipa i predrasuda drugih učenika, prema osobama s invaliditetom, ne uklapaju najbolje u razredno okuženje. U ovome radu cilj je bio ispitati stupanj prihvaćenosti djece s motoričkim teškoćama unutar njihovih redovnih razreda, i to pomoć sociometrije, provedene unutar četiri razreda. Riječ je o četvrtome, petom, šestom i sedmom razredu osnovne škole u Zagrebu. Također, drugi je cilj bio ispitati učinkovitost primjene psihodramskih radionica, u istim razredima, kroz pet navrata, u svrhu pozitivnog pomaka inicijalnih sociometrijskih rezultata. Uz inicijalnu i finalnu procjenu, osim sociometrije, korištene su još i Jonesove adaptacijska skala dramskog sudjelovanja, anketni upitnik te intervju s učiteljima i razrednicima onih razreda gdje su radionice proveden.
Keywordsinclusion motor difficulties sociometry psychodrama
Parallel title (English)Application of psychodrama techniques in inclusion of students with motoric disabilities
Committee MembersDamir Miholić (committee chairperson)
Renata Martinec (committee member)
Natalija Lisak (committee member)
GranterUniversity of Zagreb
Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences
PlaceZagreb
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Education/Rehabilitation Sciences
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeEducational Rehabilitation
Academic title abbreviationmag. rehab. educ.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-09-15
Parallel abstract (English)
The inclusion of children with motor difficulties in the regular primary school education system is the basis of the concept of inclusive education. When implementing inclusive education, the task of a school is to acknowledge and accept the differences between the children or youth, not as obstacles, but rather as an incentive for the process of learning and teaching. Unfortunately, due to stereotypes and prejudices of other students against disabled people, students with motor difficulties often do not fit very well into the classroom environment. The aim of this dissertation is to examine the level of acceptance of children with motor difficulties into their regular classrooms by applying sociometry in four classrooms respectively. The classrooms in question are 4th,5 th ,6th and 7th grade in primary school in Zagreb. Furthermore, another aim is to examine the efficiency of psychodrama workshops, implemented in the above-mentioned classes on five occasions, for the purpose of positive displacement of initial sociometric results. Apart from sociometry, Jones’s adaption of scale of dramatic involvement, questionnaires and interviews with teachers and class teachers of the classes in which the workshops were implemented were used along with the initial and final assessment.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)inkluzija motoričke teškoće sociometrija psihodrama
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:158:461131
CommitterIvanka Šarić