視覚障害特別支援学校の早期教育相談に対する教師の自己効力感に影響を与えた契機の分析  [in Japanese] TsukubaAn Analysis of Opportunities Affected Teachers' Self-Efficacy with Regard to Early Education Consultation at Schools for the Visually Impaired  [in Japanese]

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<p>本研究では、視覚障害特別支援学校の早期教育相談における相談内容に対するベテラン教師の自己効力感に影響を与えた契機について明らかにすることを目的とした。参加者は1)早期教育相談担当経験が7年以上、2)教育相談に関する分掌の主任経験者、3)視覚障害領域の特別支援学校教諭免許状を保有する教師12名で、相談内容別に効力感契機を半構造化面接により尋ねた。質的分析手法により616件の契機が抽出され、これらをカテゴリ化した結果、65個の小カテゴリからなる8個の大カテゴリが生成された。視覚に関連する相談、育児相談、発達相談、心理的な相談は、日々の教育活動や研修、就学相談は就学指導委員会、地域の幼稚園等への支援は巡回の経験、医療に関する相談は他職種との連携により、それぞれ自己効力感を高めていることが特徴的であった。</p>

<p>This research considers the opportunities enabled expert teachers, who oversee early education consultation at schools for the visually impaired, to enhance their self-efficacy in providing consultations. We aimed to clarify what kind of opportunities enhanced their self-efficacy for each consultation categories. Participants included twelve teachers who 1) have over seven years of early education consultation experience, 2) have worked as the manager of an education consultation department, and 3) possess a special education teacher certification in area of visual impairment. Opportunities leading to their self-efficacy were explored by consultation category using semi-structured interviews. 616 opportunities were extracted using a qualitative analysis method. Thereafter, these opportunities were classified into eight broad categories consisting of 65 subcategories. This analysis revealed that daily educational activities and training enhanced the self-efficacy for vision, childcare, developmental and psychological consultations. Participation in the school attendance committee enhanced the self-efficacy for school attendance consultations for preschool children. Visiting regular kindergartens enhanced the self-efficacy for supporting these kindergartens. Collaboration with other professionals enhanced the self-efficacy for medical consultation.</p>

Journal

  • Japanese Journal of Disability Sciences

    Japanese Journal of Disability Sciences 43(1), 33-46, 2019

    Association of Disability Sciences, Japan

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130007722592
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AA12215065
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Journal Type
    大学紀要
  • ISSN
    1881-5812
  • NDL Article ID
    029788029
  • NDL Call No.
    Z7-1307
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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