تصورات كل من معلم التربية الخاصة وأسر الأطفال ذوي الإعاقة حول فاعلية الشراكة التعاونية
AuthorFadhul, Shereen Radhi
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This study aimed to identify the perceptions of the special education teacher and families of children with disabilities about cooperative partnership in the primary stage, specifically in the age group from 6 to 11 years, in order to contribute to providing a vision that can be relied upon in facing the challenges and obstacles that prevent cooperative partnership between families of children People with disabilities and a special education teacher. The study followed the quantitative and qualitative approach to its relevance to the nature of the study. The study sample consisted of a teacher specializing in the field of special education and eight families from the families of students with disabilities in one of the integration elementary schools for girls affiliated to the Ministry of Education and Higher Education in Qatar. In collecting the data, the researcher used the cooperation and interview scale prepared by Batoul Khalifa 2017. The results of the study found that there are statistically significant differences between the order of the principles of cooperative partnership of the special education teacher and the families of students with disabilities in relation to the principle of family rights and social media. As the overall principles of cooperative partnership of the special education teacher achieved the final percentages, while the results of the principle of family rights and social media among the families of students with disabilities ranged between 33% and 36%. The study also found the relationship of the perceptions of families of students with disabilities about communicating with the educational level of the family, as university and secondary education occupied 44%, compared to only 12% for the average educational level, and the principle of communication among the families of students with disabilities reached 80%.
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