自我概念,情緒和職業規劃:來自融合教育和特殊教育持份者的聲音

冼權鋒, 楊蘭, 王慧, 高鳳展

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Abstract

講者將介紹四篇基於心理學和職業發展的系列研究起草的論文。本研討會旨在介紹和討論與SEN學生的自我概念,情緒,心理健康,與職業相關的成果之間的關係。該研討會的內容包括當前融合教育以及特殊教育中不同持份者的聲音。就SEN學生的職業選擇和發展需求我們考慮了SEN學生家長對的看法。除了家長的參與外,教師的專業支持對SEN學生的學習成績,情感能力和職業相關結果也起著重要的作用。儘管教師對SEN 學生的學習,情緒以及職業發展的支持起著舉足輕重的作用,然而針對教師自身的情緒和心理健康狀況關注較少。基於此,除了學生和家長的調查數據和定性反思之外,在本節中,研究團隊還將分享就特殊學校教師的情緒和幸福感所做的研究的初步結果。基於學生,家長以及教師的研究結果,該研討會也將深入討論在融合教育以及特殊教育中如何通過有效的教與學幫助SEN學生發展健康的自我概念,情緒以及職業規劃。
The speaker will introduce four papers that are drafted based on a series of studies from the perspectives of psychology and career development. The relationships between SEN students’ self-concept, emotions, psychological well-being, career-related outcomes are to be presented and discussed. SEN students’ parents’ perceptions of their career options and development needs have also been taken into consideration in our presentation. It should be noted, aside from parents’ involvement, teachers’ professional support matters to SEN students’ academic performance, emotional competence and career-related outcomes. Surprisingly, little has been done to assess teachers themselves emotions and psychological well-being in taking care of SEN students in school settings. Beyond students’ and parents’ survey data and qualitative reflections, in this session, the team will be sharing their preliminary findings on teachers’ emotions and well-being in teaching SEN students in special schools too. Based on the research results from students, parents and teachers, the research team will also discuss how to help SEN students develop healthy self-concepts, emotions and career planning through effective teaching and learning in inclusive education and special education. Copyright © 2018 Learning & Teaching Expo.
Original languageChinese
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2018

Citation

冼權鋒、楊蘭、王慧和高鳳展(2018.12):自我概念,情緒和職業規劃:來自融合教育和特殊教育持份者的聲音,論文發表於「學與教博覽2018:攜手共創教育未來」,香港會議展覽中心,香港,中國。

Keywords

  • Alt. title: Self-concept, emotions, and career planning: Multiple voices from stakeholders in inclusive education and special education