Reggio Emilia-ilhamlı okullarda kaynaştırma eğitimi: Meta-etnografik bir araştırma

https://doi.org/10.24130/eccd-jecs.1967202151284

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Anahtar Kelimeler:

Okul Öncesi Eğitim- Meta-etnografi- Özel Hakları Olan Çocuk- Reggio Emilia- Kaynaştırma Eğitimi- Kapsayıcılık- Özel Gereksinimli Çocuklar.

Özet

Türkiye’de son yıllarda eğitimcilerin ilham aldığı Reggio Emilia yaklaşımına dair halen pek çok merak edilen konu bulunmaktadır. Özellikle merak konusu olan bir nokta da, özel gereksinimli çocukların bu okullarda nasıl bir kaynaştırma eğitimine tabi olduğudur. Bu meta-etnografik araştırmanın amacı, tipik gelişim gösteren çocukların devam ettiği Reggio Emilia sınıflarında, özel gereksinimli çocukların nasıl kaynaştırıldığını ortaya koyan çalışmaları, meta-etnografi yöntemine uygun olarak incelemek ve sentezlemektir. Bu çalışmada, Reggio Emilia yaklaşımının sosyal-yapılandırmacı yapısına uygun olarak, nitel araştırma deseninden yararlanılmıştır. Bu araştırmada Noblit ve Hare’nin (1988) yedi basamaklı meta-etnografi metodu kullanılmıştır. Reggio Emilia yaklaşımını esas almış okul öncesi eğitim kurumlarında özel hakları olan çocuklara dair yapılan çalışmalar incelendiğinde, en yoğun olarak üstünde durulan prensiplerden en az konuşulan prensiplere doğru şu sıranın izlendiği bulunmuştur: 1-İlişkiler prensibi; 2-Çocuk imajı; 3-Öğretmenin rolü; 4-Proje; 5-Çevrenin rolü; ; 6-Dokümantasyon. Bulgular, sonuç/tartışma ve öneriler detaylı olarak sunulmuştur.  

Yazar Biyografisi

Hatice Zeynep İnan, Bursa Uludağ Üniversitesi

Doçentlik- 2020-devam Bursa Uludağ Üniversitesi, Okul Öncesi Eğitimi ABD

Doçentlik- 2019-2020 Bahçeşehir Üniversitesi, Okul Öncesi Eğitimi ABD  Doçentlik- 2011-2020 Dumlupınar Üniversitesi, Okul Öncesi Eğitimi ABD

Yardımcı Doçentlik- 2008-2011 Dumlupınar Üniversitesi, Okul Öncesi Eğitimi ABD

Psikolojik Danışman-2000-2002 Özel Akasya Koleji,   İstanbul

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İnan, H. Z. (2021). Reggio Emilia-ilhamlı okullarda kaynaştırma eğitimi: Meta-etnografik bir araştırma. Erken Çocukluk Çalışmaları Dergisi, 5(1), 5–43. https://doi.org/10.24130/eccd-jecs.1967202151284

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