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Paseka, Angelika; Schwab, Susanne – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2020
Inclusive education often refers to a school model wherein students with special needs (SEN) spend most of their school time with students without special needs. According to literature, for the implementation of inclusion, the attitudes towards inclusive education as well as the perception of inclusive teaching practices and resources are…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Parent Attitudes, Inclusion, Teaching Methods
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Schabmann, Alfred; Eichert, Hans-Christoph; Schmidt, Barbara Maria; Hennes, Ann-Kathrin; Ramacher-Faasen, Nicole – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2020
The present study examines the perspectives of 234 university instructors (UI) about (1) problems they see for students with dyslexia (StD), (2) the support they would need in order to be able to teach StD, and (3) the help they currently provide StD. In addition, information on instructors' dyslexia-related knowledge was collected. The results…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Dyslexia, Students with Disabilities
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Lübke, Laura; Pinquart, Martin; Schwinger, Malte – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2019
The aim of the three different studies presented was the development and evaluation of the Differentiated Attitudes Towards Inclusion Scale as a valid, reliable and economic instrument for the measurement of teachers' attitudes towards the inclusion of students with certain special educational needs (SEN). In a sample of student teachers,…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Regular and Special Education Relationship, Learning Disabilities, Emotional Disturbances
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Barow, Thomas; Östlund, Daniel – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2019
In the context of the North Rhine-Westphalian school reform towards an inclusive education system, this article problematises the practice of categorisation. Our research aims to investigate the assessment of special educational needs (SEN) and thereby enrich the discussion of the relation between inclusion and diagnostics. For this study, we…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Special Education, Inclusion, Intelligence Tests
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Huber, Christian; Gerullis, Anita; Gebhardt, Markus; Schwab, Susanne – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2018
This computer-based study evaluates whether teacher feedback can have an effect on the acceptance of children with and without disabilities in inclusive, special and regular schools. The social acceptance of four children shown in photo vignettes (child with Down Syndrome, child in a wheelchair, child with migrant background and child with no…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Disabilities, Inclusion, Peer Acceptance
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Krull, Johanna; Wilbert, Jürgen; Hennemann, Thomas – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2018
Social participation of pupils with special educational needs (SEN) is a central topic in the current inclusion debate. Numerous studies have shown that the risk of social exclusion is considerably higher for children with SEN compared to their peers without SEN, especially for pupils with behaviour problems (BP) or learning difficulties (LD).…
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Learning Problems, Classroom Environment, Special Needs Students
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Lüke, Timo; Grosche, Michael – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2018
Recent research on attitudes towards inclusion uses almost exclusively explicit measures such as questionnaires. Unfortunately, explicit attitude measures are biased by social desirability, particularly when the attitude object is 'sensible', as with inclusive education. Implicit attitude measures are less prone to social desirability, but…
Descriptors: Attitude Measures, Inclusion, Foreign Countries, Social Desirability
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Miesera, Susanne; Gebhardt, Markus – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2018
Both Canada's and Germany's school systems are transitioning into inclusive education systems. This transition is also happening in vocational schools. This paper addresses the new demands that vocational teachers face, due to the introduction of inclusive education in Germany and Canada, by examining Canadian and German pre-service vocational…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Vocational Education, Special Needs Students, Cross Cultural Studies
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Kiel, Ewald; Heimlich, Ulrich; Markowetz, Reinhard; Braun, Annika; Weiß, Sabine – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2016
The goal of the present study is to identify prospective special education teachers (SETs) who may have difficulties in coping with occupational stresses and burdens. International comparative studies show that SETs have a higher level of stress than their colleagues who work in the general school system. Compared with teachers in regular schools,…
Descriptors: Special Education Teachers, Preservice Teachers, Coping, Stress Management
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Saloviita, Timo; Schaffus, Tina – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2016
Positive teacher attitudes are considered an important prerequisite for the successful inclusion of students with special educational needs in the mainstream classrooms. This study surveyed teacher opinions about inclusion in Finland (N = 298) and Brandenburg, Germany (N = 163), two educational systems in which the number of students transferred…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Inclusion, Special Needs Students, Teacher Surveys
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Hofmann, Kristin; Chilla, Solveig – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2015
Adopting a bimodal bilingual language acquisition model, this qualitative case study is the first in Germany to investigate the spoken and sign language development of hearing children of deaf adults (codas). The spoken language competence of six codas within the age range of 3;10 to 6;4 is assessed by a series of standardised tests (SETK 3-5,…
Descriptors: Bilingualism, Qualitative Research, Case Studies, Foreign Countries
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Margraf, Hannah; Pinquart, Martin – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2015
In Germany, adolescents with emotional and behavioural disturbances (EBD) are either schooled in special schools for students with EBD or in regular schools. The present study is the first to compare the perceived attainment of a broad range of developmental tasks of adolescents with and without EBD attending regular vs. special schools. While…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Adolescents, Behavior Disorders, Emotional Disturbances
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Weiß, Sabine; Kollmannsberger, Markus; Lerche, Thomas; Oubaid, Viktor; Kiel, Ewald – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2014
The goal of the following study is to identify a pedagogic signature, according to LS Shulman, for working with students who have special educational needs. Special educational needs are defined as significant limitations in personal development and learning which require particular educational measures beyond regular education. The development of…
Descriptors: Special Needs Students, Special Education, Teaching Methods, Mixed Methods Research
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Gebhardt, Markus; Tretter, Tobias; Schwab, Susanne; Gasteiger-Klicpera, Barbara – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2011
This article is concerned with the transition from school to the workplace for pupils with special educational needs in Germany. First, an outline of the standard system of professional training in Germany shall be given. Then, the initial conditions that adolescents are confronted with at the end of their time in school shall be examined. This…
Descriptors: Learning Disabilities, Adolescents, Special Education, Education Work Relationship
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Mand, Johannes – European Journal of Special Needs Education, 2007
The rejection of pupils with behaviour problems is a serious problem for inclusive education schools. Sometimes parents prefer special schools because they do not want their children to become outsiders in integration classes. Are they right? The study presented here surveys children with behaviour problems in integrated primary school classes and…
Descriptors: Learning Problems, Special Education, Special Schools, Foreign Countries
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