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2017, vol. 16, br. 2, str. 173-195
Promena stavova prema učenicima sa Daunovim sindromom primenom programa zamišljenog kontakta
Osnovna i srednja škola '9. maj', Zrenjanin
Ključne reči: Daunov sindrom; promena stavova; program zamišljenog kontakta
Sažetak
Procena efikasnosti programa zamišljenog kontakta značajna je jer pruža saznanja o opravdanosti njihove primene u nastavi. Cilj ovog istraživanja je da se utvrdi da li program zamišljenog kontakta utiče na stavove učenika prema vršnjacima sa Daunovim sindromom, kao i da li znanje o Daunovom sindromu, kontakt sa ovim osobama i empatija ispitanika imaju uticaj na efikasnost programa zamišljenog kontakta. Ispitano je 50 učenika četvrtog razreda osnovnih škola, a podeljeni su u eksperimentalnu grupu koja je učestvovala u programu zamišljenog kontakta i kontrolnu grupu. Primenjeni su Čedok-Mekmaster skala za procenu stavova prema osobama sa hendikepom, Skala za procenu dečjeg znanja o osobama sa ometenošću, Skala za procenu kontakta sa osobama sa ometenošću i Indeks međuljudskog reagovanja. Učenici su nakon sprovođenja programa zamišljenog kontakta ispoljili pozitivnije stavove prema osobama sa Daunovim sindromom, kao i viši nivo znanja o njima u odnosu na procenu pre sprovođenja programa, dok su stavovi u kontrolnoj grupi ostali nepromenjeni. Implementacija ovog programa nije uticala na odnos stavova prema osobama sa Daunovim sindromom sa znanjem o njima i kontaktom sa ovom populacijom, kao i empatijom ispitanika. Primena programa zamišljenog kontakta u nastavi je opravdana u cilju pripreme učenika za mogući dolazak deteta sa Daunovim sindromom u odeljenje.
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jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/specedreh16-14089
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