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HOW SOCIAL SKILLS AND AUTONOMY/DECISION-MAKING ABILITIES IN PUPILS WITH SEN ARE ASSESSED IN LITHUANIA

Daiva Burkauskienė

16–18 March, 2008


Assessment of sen children
Assessment of SEN children PUPILS WITH SEN ARE ASSESSED IN LITHUANIA

  • Long time in Lithuania children’s special needs were assessed taking into account mainly cognitive abilities

  • Social skills were assessed by descriptive manner and Portage methodology

  • Lithuanian Adaptive Behaviour Scales for assessment of social skills of 2-11 years old children since 2000


Lithuanian a daptive b ehaviour s cales pilot study 2001
Lithuanian PUPILS WITH SEN ARE ASSESSED IN LITHUANIAAdaptive Behaviour Scales: pilot study (2001)

  • Pilot research of 271 children (2-11 years old)

    from 30 schools and 33 kindergartens


Lithuanian a daptive b ehaviour s cales pilot study 20011
Lithuanian PUPILS WITH SEN ARE ASSESSED IN LITHUANIAAdaptive Behaviour Scales: pilot study (2001)

  • and115 SEN children (7-11 years old)

    from special schools for visually impaired, hearing impaired, with mental retardation pupils and general education schools (4 pupils)


Assessment areas
Assessment areas: PUPILS WITH SEN ARE ASSESSED IN LITHUANIA

  • Communication

  • Self-organization

  • Daily living

  • Social skills

  • Leisure activities

  • Community

  • Self-direction

  • Academical knowledge application

  • Health and safety


Results statistically significant difference 1
Results PUPILS WITH SEN ARE ASSESSED IN LITHUANIA(statistically significant difference) 1:

Hearing impaired children/not SEN children

  • Communication

  • Social skills

  • Leisure activities

  • Community

  • Self-direction

  • Academical knowledge application

  • Health and safety

  • Total estimation


Results statistically significant difference 2
Results PUPILS WITH SEN ARE ASSESSED IN LITHUANIA(statistically significant difference) 2:

Visually impaired children/not SEN children

  • Leisure time activities

  • Community

  • Academical knowledge application

  • Health and safety


Results statistically significant difference 3
Results PUPILS WITH SEN ARE ASSESSED IN LITHUANIA(statistically significant difference) 3:

Children with mild mental retardation/not SEN children

  • Communication

  • Self-organization

  • Daily living

  • Social skills

  • Leisure activities

  • Community

  • Self-direction

  • Academical knowledge application

  • Health and safety

  • Total estimation


Problems
Problems: PUPILS WITH SEN ARE ASSESSED IN LITHUANIA

  • Methodology is not completly developed

  • Development of social skills attaches more importance in special schools (where socials skills are trained)

  • Curriculum does not provide for special education of social skills for SEN children in inclusive settings


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