Search Results

1 - 10 of 40 items :

  • "Integration" x
  • Specialist Studies in Education x
Clear All
English language pre-service and in-service teachers’ self-efficacy and attitudes towards integration of students with learning difficulties

Languages to Learners with Special Educational Needs: e-textbook for foreign language teachers. Nitra: Constantine the Philosopher University. Rodriguez, C. C., Garro-Gil, N. (2014). Inclusion and Integration on Special Education. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 191, 1323-1327. doi: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.04.488 Ruijs, N.M., & Peetsma, T. T. (2009). Effects of inclusion on students with and without special educational needs reviewed. Educational Research Review, 4(2), 67-79. doi: 10.1016/j.edurev.2009.02.002 Russak

Open access
2. Gestaltdrama as an Integrative Psychotherapeutic Approach

Abstract

The following text is an overview study which defines the basic phenomena and effective factors of Gestalt drama and outlines some of the researches carried out in this area by the author during recent years. Gestalt drama is the name of a specific psychotherapeutic approach applied by the author in his practice, which combines Gestalt therapy with expressive approaches (especially with dramatherapy, theatrotherapy and fairytale-therapy). Linking Gestalt therapy and expressive techniques results in a specific psychotherapeutic approach whose versatility and holistic conception makes it suitable not only for psychotherapy but also for self-development of people with special needs, as it has the potential to meet the higher psychological needs even when the lower needs are not sufficiently saturated. The article further presents the interpretation of the partial results of research focusing on the analysis of integration performance where gestaltdrama techniques have been applied. These performances resulted from one-day dramatherapy workshops with clients suffering from mental retardation and with clients with behavioural disorders. This includes the analysis of differences between dramatical expression within the above target groups.

Open access
The Concept of Nontraditional Student

.W. Lamport, N., & Hamant, C. (1994). Perceived stressors and coping strategies of occupational therapy students. American Journal of Occupational Therapy , 48(11), 1022-1028. 21. Fidishun, D. (2011). Andragogy and technology: Integrating adult learning theory as we teach with technology. Available at: http://frank.mtsu.edu/~itconf/proceed00/fidishun.htm 22. Field, J. (2000). Lifelong learning and the new educational order . Sterling, VA: Trentham Books. 23. Gadzella, B. M., Stephens, R., & Baloglu, M. (2002). Prediction of educational psychology course

Open access
Museums and Their International Audiences

Abstract

The National Museum, the Centre for Presenting Cultural Heritage in cooperation with the Náprstek Museum of Asian, African and American Cultures, held on the 24th and the 25th October 2017 a specialised seminar entitled “Museums and Their International Audiences” focusing on the work of the museum staff with foreigners who are living in the Czech Republic and foreign visitors. The seminar presented innovative projects from the environments of museums and galleries that present the culture and the history of foreigners and national minorities who are living in the Czech Republic, it dealt with the role of museums in the field of integration of foreigners and with possibilities of cooperation with the non-profit sector in this area. On the second day of the seminar a specific intercultural skills training was held.

Open access
2. Artistic Personality in the Light of Socio - Cultural Integration

Abstract

Artistic personality was interpreted in various ways through the ages. The power of creativity, individual perseverance and imaginative force made the artist a special person, different from most people, being equipped with unique, unrepeatable skills. This paper presents some of the most important approaches to the personality of the creator, from the questionable Freudian theory to the psycho-biological approaches of Peckham. Through his works, the artist expresses not only his personal anxieties or emotional ardent feelings but also, reflects a conscious level of the social group, being himself adapted to human values, characteristic of the era and society to which he belongs. Maybe, sometimes, wrong regarded as deviant personalities or too much exposed to excesses, artists remain, undoubtedly, brave in Creativity, in the cultural and social original development process. Their integration in this ensemble completes the picture we have about development and social evolution, and gives us access to more elevated human values.

Open access
Vocational Training Organisation Preparation to Introduce Technology Enhanced Training and Learning

Vocational Training (2005). Vilnius. Available at: http://www.itc.smm.lt/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/VIKO-tyrimoataskaita.pdf (Accessed on 20/12/2015). Volungevičienė, A., Teresevičienė, M., & Tait, A. (2014). Framework of Quality Assurance of TEL Integration Into an Educational Organization. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 15(6). Available at: http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/1927/3151 (Accessed on 10/01/2016).

Open access
Challenges of Foreign Language Teaching and Sustainable Development Competence Implementation in Higher Education

for social development. Walter Leal Filho, Arnolds Ubelis (Eds.). Integrative approaches towards sustainability in the Baltic Sea Region. (p. 267–273). Peter Lang Europaisher Verlag der Wissenshaften. 8. Galkutė, L. (2014). A Quality Assurance System Based on the Sustainable Development Paradigm: The Lithuanian Perspective. In Sustainable Development and Quality Assurance in Higher Education . (p. 114 – 131). NY: Palgrave Macmillan. 9. Iwaniec, D. M., Childers D. L., VanLehn, K., & Wiek, A. (2014). Studying, teaching and applying sustainability

Open access
Inclusive education for Roma children in Albania and Belarus (legal situation, accessibility, opportunities to learn in own language and support of ethnic identity)

, D., & Trudell, B. (2008). Mother tongue matters: Local language as a key to effec­tive learning. Paris, France: UNESCO. Retrieved from: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000161121(accessed: October 10, 2018). Center of Equal Rights and Expertise Social integration of the Roma population in Belarus: providing the right for equality 2016, p. 3-4. Retrieved from: http://romaintegration.by/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Roma_en_forsite.pdf (accessed: November 18, 2018). Council of Europe Framework Convention, “On the Protection of

Open access
Charisma as a Phenomenon in Social Work

://es.oxforddictionaries.com (Retrieved on 05/06/2018). 35. Tatolytė, I. (2014). Praktinė retorika vertėjams žodžiu . Vilnius: Vilniaus Universitetas. 36. Tidikis, R. (2002). Etiniai socialinio darbo orientyrai. Socialinis darbas, 1(1), 25-34. 37. Waldman, D. & Javidan, M. (2009). Alternative forms of charismatic leadership in the integration of mergers and acquisitions. Leadership Quarterly, 20(2), 130-142. 38. Weberis, M. |(2000). Religijos sociologija . Vilnius: Pradai. 39. Zaccaro, S. J. (2012). Individual differences and leadership: Contributions to a third

Open access
Convergence Of The Virtual And The Living Realities: A Constructivist Grounded Theory On University Students’ Self-Regulated Learning

. H., & Chuang, Y. S. (2015). The impacts of network centrality and self-regulation on an e-learning environment with the support of social network awareness. British Journal of Educational Technology , 46(1), 32-44. Lincoln, Y. S., & Guba, E. G. (1985). Naturalistic inquiry . Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Madge, C., Meek, J., Wellens, J., & Hooley, T. (2009). Facebook, social integration and informal learning at university: ‘It is more for socialising and talking to friends about work than for actually doing work’. Learning, Media and Technology , 34

Open access