État de publication: Publiée (2019 )
Nom de la revue: The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Educational Studies
Intervalle de pages: 79-93
Résumé: The project was carried out in a special education center located in a Quebec University. Its aim is to establish an interdisciplinary partnership combining special education and social work to, first, reinforce the services offered to children with learning difficulties and their families in the center, and second, to enrich initial training in the two disciplines. This study uses a qualitative method of analysis of the content of the reflexive work of fifty-five students. The aspects documented in this work concerned the learning related to the clarification of roles and professions, to team work, to a family-centered practice, to interprofessional communication, to exercising collaborative leadership, and to prevention and resolution of conflict. Finally, researchers were interested in professional interdisciplinarity and its impacts on the construction of personal and professional identity of initial training students studying in special education and in social work.
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