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Title: 「交流及び共同学習」における特別支援教育支援員の支援や活動の実際 ─ 小学校の特別支援学級に着目して ─
Other Titles: Study about Supports and Activities of Support Staff of Special Education in “Inclusive Activities and Collaborative Learning”: Focusing on Special Support Class in Elementary School
Authors: 東海林, 沙貴
根本, 想
Tohkairin, Saki
Nemoto, So
Keywords: 特別支援教育支援員
support staff of special education
special support class
Inclusive Activities and Collaborative Learning
Issue Date: 16-Mar-2020
Publisher: 育英大学・育英短期大学
Citation: 育英短期大学研究紀要 37, 19-30, 2020
Abstract:   Recently, special education has been much more important in Japan. The purpose of this study is to explore the realities of support, which is carried out in “Interaction and Collaborative Learning” by support staff of special education in elementary school. Semi-structured interview was conducted for three participants and the data were analyzed in qualitative method, thematic analysis. The result shows that the supports and activities of support staff were categorized to four themes: having idea about “interaction” as a support staff, support for students who have special needs as a support staff, relationship with students who donʼt have any difficulties as a support staff, and relationship with teachers. Though it has been easy to be understood that support staff in special education is in vague position as negative thing, there are some positive aspects of the position when they make supports for students. Further research related to particular subjects or another participants is required.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/13126
ISSN: 0914-3351
Appears in Collections:第37号 (2020.3)

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