Aspecte psihologice ale socializării copiilor cu cerințe educaționale speciale
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LOSÎI, Elena; RACU, Iulia. Aspecte psihologice ale socializării copiilor cu cerințe educaționale speciale. In: Asistenţa logopedică: actualitate şi orizonturi. 22-23 noiembrie 2018, Chişinău. Chişinău: Tipografia UPS "Ion Creangă", 2019, pp. 173-178. ISBN 978-9975-46-403-1.
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Asistenţa logopedică: actualitate şi orizonturi 2019
Conferința "Asistenţa logopedică: actualitate şi orizonturi"
Chişinău, Moldova, 22-23 noiembrie 2018

Aspecte psihologice ale socializării copiilor cu cerințe educaționale speciale

Pag. 173-178

Losîi Elena, Racu Iulia
Universitatea Pedagogică de Stat „Ion Creangă“ din Chişinău
Disponibil în IBN: 5 martie 2021


An important aspect of child`s developing personality is socialization. Early social skills are important in psychological development in childhood as they begin to form positive relationships with adults and other children from an early age. In social interactions are forming such qualities as: respect, compassion and empathy, also at the same time in social context children trains language skills and solving problem competence. Unfortunately there are children with difficulties in socialization process; social interactions are real challenge for them. These children are children with special needs; they are often shy, isolated and affected by a delay in cognitive development, language disorder, behavioural disorders and emotional disturbances. In this cases integration into a group with children with similar development can be useful for their cognitive development. Socialization should be done for every child, for every person with disabilities in family and in preschool institution, in school, in social groups, in local community. This is the principle that today`s inclusive education should focus on and which needs to be developed through daily activities with children.

special educational requirements, socialization