Kaasava hariduse mudel alushariduse kontekstis: süstemaatiline kirjandusülevaade

  • Pille Nelis
  • Margus Pedaste

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Hoolimata suurest hulgas maailmas korraldatud uuringutest ei ole kaasava hariduse kontseptsioon edukaks rakendamiseks piisavalt selge. Seetõttu tegime süstemaatilise kirjandusanalüüsi, et luua ülevaade kaasava hariduse definitsioonidest ja võtmetunnustest, mis toetaks selle rakendamist alushariduse tasemel. Selgus, et kaasava hariduse definitsioonis tuleks eristada selle filosoofilist ja praktilist olemust, mida kirjeldavad täpsemalt seitse aspekti. Nüüdisaegse kaasava hariduse rakendamisel olulised võtmetunnused alushariduse kontekstis on süstematiseeritavad 14 kategooria kaudu viiel tasandil: lapse, perekonna, õpetaja, institutsiooni ja riigi tasand. Definitsiooni ja võtmetunnuste alusel loodi mudel, millega toetada kaasava hariduse rakendamist eri poolte koostöös.

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2020-11-01
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Nelis, P., & Pedaste, M. (2020). Kaasava hariduse mudel alushariduse kontekstis: süstemaatiline kirjandusülevaade. Eesti Haridusteaduste Ajakiri. Estonian Journal of Education, 8(2), 138-163. https://doi.org/10.12697/eha.2020.8.2.06
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