Názory české veřejnosti na inkluzivní vzdělávání žáků s chronickým onemocněním

Title in English The Views of the Czech Public on Inclusive Education of Students with Chronic diseases


Year of publication 2019
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Štúdie zo špeciálnej pedagogiky
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Education

Web https://www.unipo.sk/public/media/26527/Studies%20in%20Special%20Education%202019,%20vol.%208,%20n.%202.pdf
Keywords inclusion; inclusive education; student with special educational needs; health disadvantage; chronic disease; epilepsy
Description The main aim of the research study was to analyse the views of the Czech public on inclusive education of students with chronic diseases. On the basis of the main aim, there were set partial aims, which were focused mainly on determining whether the respondents have met already a person with a chronic disease, to what extent does respondent’s attitudes to inclusive education of students with chronic diseases of their age influence and how the Czech public obtains information on inclusive education for students with chronic diseases. These aims were based on three hypotheses, which were tested in the research study. To achieve the aim of the research study a quantitative method in the form of a questionnaire of own design was used. The sample was made up of 774 respondents who were interested in participating in a research survey. An analysis of the Czech public‘s views on inclusive education of students with chronic diseases found that most of the public had already met a child with a chronic disease, but did not have knowledge of the term of student with health disadvantage. Negative attitude and associated disagreement with inclusive education arise especially for the older part of the population; the Czech public gets the most information about inclusive education from the Internet.
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