Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part 1, Learning and curriculum development Issue 65
2016-12-22 発行

院内学級担当教員の支援ニーズに関する一考察 : 病気療養児の心理的支援を中心に

Hospital Classroom Teachers Provide Psychological Support for Children Undergoing Medical Treatment
Nagae, Ayako
The present study examined, from the point of view of hospital classroom teachers, how the teachers provide psychological support to children undergoing medical treatment. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with nine hospital classroom teachers, and analyzed using a modified grounded theory approach. The interviews revealed three common characteristics of experience among hospital classroom teachers: (A) Awareness of the environment surrounding the children and their medical treatment, (B) A sense of feeling troubled, (C) A range of support needs. In addition, hospital classroom teachers reported four support needs related to their work providing psychological support to children undergoing medical treatment; (a) I want to do it myself, (b) I want to do it together with the person concerned, (c) I want you to support school counselor, (d) I want you to improve the system.
Hospital Classroom Teachers
Psychological Support
Support Needs