publication . Article . 2011

Ankstyvosios intervencijos srityje dirbančių specialistų pasidalyta komandinė kompetencija

Ališauskienė, Stefanija; Kairienė, Daiva;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2011 Journal: Spring University. Changing education in a changing society, volume 2,011, pages 106-117 (issn: 1822-2196, Copyright policy)
Abstract
The article is based on theoretical study as well as on written survey. The aim of theoretical analysis to present a theoretical model of the concept of the mutually shared team competence in an interprofessional team meeting early special needs of child and family and to find out presumptions of its development. The aim of survey is to reveal ECI professionals' reflections about competences necessary for teamwork. The mutually shared team competence is analysed on the basis of the teamwork processes in a specific context, i.e. meeting special needs of young children and providing support for their families. The authors stress on different levels of teamwork com...
Subjects
free text keywords: Lithuania ; Distributed cognition ; Early childhood intervention ; Multi-professional team ; Mutually shared competence ; Special needs
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