In this study we examine articles published in ’Gyógypedagógia Szemle’ from 1990 until 2009 and also articles published in other relevant Hungarian pedagocical journals in the 1997–2006 timeframe. Based on this, we would like to give a brief overview on the number of published articles and their distribution between different areas of disabilities.
Keywords: journals' research
Radványi, Katalin – Mrs. Fazekas Fenyvesi, Margit – Mrs. Radics Szerencsés, Teréz
The Possibilities of Educational Diagnosis in the Inclusion of Children with Moderate and Mild Mental Retardation
In our study we are looking for the additional educational opportunities for the diagnosis of the mentally handicapped students. We start from the belief that the judgment of their nurture can be helped by a common measuring tool which is able to demonstrate not only their deviations, but also their similarities according to the majority of the students, or to the population of the students with learning disabilities. The measuring instrument of their personality profile (HKI) is complemented with the adaptable elements of the DIFER measuring skills test series. The common using of the HKI and DIFER measuring tools helps the better understanding of the students, and it also can be the new diagnostic and development tool of the inclusive education and the integration. In this study we interpret as an integrated situation those "one up-type" integration situations in which one student get among children whose cognitiv abilities are different and where the children have better abilities, but it doesn’t necessarily mean getting among a majority of the primary school’s students (with the previous nomenclature: the severely mentally handicapped childrean are taught in the class of the students with mild mental retardation). The results which are described in this study are not applied to the cases of the seriously mentally handicapped children from the group of the mentally handicapped students, these results are only applied for the case of the common nurture of the severly mentally handicapped children and the schoolchildren with mild mental retardation.
Keywords: measure of skills, development, integration, HKI, DIFER
Mrs. Kádár Monori, Éva – Pál-Horváth, Rita
Aspects of Integration and Co-developing of Children with Learning Disabilities and Children with Intellectual Disabilities
With the spread of integrating children with specific learning disabilities into mainstream schools it can be noticed more and more often in schools for students with special educational needs (SEN) that the continually decreasing numbers of students in classes for SENs students with intellectual disabilities can be integrated.
The authors describing the practise at Gusztáv Bárczi Elementary School as part of András Cházár TKI show the growing demand and preparations for integration as well as specific organizational tasks. They analyse the investigation of individual development, the possibilities of pedagogical diagnoses, individual development plans, everyday work at the school.
They show the permanent monitoring, the institutional management of special needs, the process of individual development habilitaion-rehabilitation, access to therapy, sport, the situation of integrated students in the class, the rate of parental satisfaction, the involvement in school-life, the possibilities of talent management, the participation in competitions and the possibilities of studying.
The authors of this article hope to provide a helping hand in establishing integration at schools, which are willing to accept children with special needs.
Keywords: special needs, integrated education, institutions, individual developement
Dávid, Beáta – Kalocsai, Adrienn
The Chances of Social Integration for People with Moderate and Severe Intellectual Disabilities and for Their Families in Veszprem County
The aim of our study is to show the chances of social integration for people with intellectual disabilities and for the families they are raised in. Our survey data covering several dimensions of social inclusion allow to clarify their needs of assessment and give a proper account of the problems these people face every day. The study results enlighten certain risks of social exclusion: such as low level of education, exclusion from the labour market, lack of family support and the development level of the settlements.
Keywords:factors influencing social integration, type of settlement, social support, labour market, support assessment
The Practical Implementation of the Hublow Theory with Alternative Communication Tools for Intellectual Disabled School Children in Groups
The augmentative and alternative communication systems facilitate the development of communication skills, and thus positive personality development and successful social integration. Hublow theory provides a structured system on the basis of which an excellent education and developmente of students with intellectual disabilities can be planned.
Keywords: communication, reading, education development, syllabus, indipendent living, personality development, social integration, conflict management, Hublow theory
A "case?-study": Developing the Communication Skills of a Person Living in an Institute for People with Multiple Disabillities
The article presents a case through it trying to prove that the complex development of special education at any age is important and possible, the field of communication is essential, even for people with severe and multiple disabilities as well.
Keywords: special education development, communication, mental disability, speech