Kaasavad haridusstrateegiad kaasava hariduse juhtriigis Uus-Meremaal

David Mitchell

Abstract


1989. aastast alates on Uus-Meremaa haridussüsteemis toimunud mitmed ulatuslikud reformid, mille tulemusena on sellest saanud üks kõige enam detsentraliseeritud süsteeme maailmas. Artiklis analüüsitakse, mil määral vastab Uus-Meremaal toimuv kümnele kaasava hariduse tunnusele, milleks on kontseptsioon, paigutamine, õppekava, hindamine, õpetamine, aktsepteerimine, juurdepääs, toetus, ressursid ja juhtimine. Töös antakse neist komponentidest lühiülevaade, mida illustreeritakse näidetega olukorrast Uus-Meremaal, ja jõutakse järeldusele, et kõigi kümne tunnuse poolest on Uus-Meremaa heal järjel.

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kaasav haridus, erivajadustega lapsed, diferentseeritud õpe, tasemerühmad, hariduskorraldus, hariduspoliitika

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