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Title: Процена на психомоторниот развој на учениците со попреченост во редовните основни училишта
Authors: Дураки, Берат
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Филозофски факултет, Скопје
Source: Дураки, Б. (2021). Процена на психомоторниот развој на учениците со попреченост во редовните основни училишта. Магистерска теза. Скопје: Филозофски факултет.
Abstract: In this master's thesis we give a complete analysis of the overall assessment of the functional possibilities and abilities and we also express our insights on how a special education and rehabilitation file should be structured and prepared. With such a thorough preparation and above all a framework, we offer the special educators and rehabilitators a kind of standardized professional tool that will serve further in the work of the professional teams in the regular primary schools. The research method can be characterized as case analysis, but it is still a complete diagnostic procedure using tests, scales and assesment samples of the child's personality and how it works in the social environment. Research conducted within the master thesis shows that the assessment of psychomotor development is a key segment in the process of education and rehabilitation of students with disabilities. This is verified by preparing or displaying two special education and rehabilitation files. After the completion of the examinations, appropriate proposals and recommendations are given for the work of the special educators and rehabilitators who work in the regular primary schools, primarily in the field of diagnostics.
Description: Магистерска теза одбранета во 2021 година на Филозофскиот факултет во Скопје, под менторство на проф. д–р Горан Ајдински.
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