The Pleasures and Woes of a School Psychologist

Tatiana Búgelová, Elena Pavluvčíková, Lena Čupková

Abstract


The article concerns the work of a school psychologist as a self-reliant and relatively independent worker at primary and secondary schools. As the percentage of the so-called problem children grows, researchers focus on the causes of this phenomenon and map the most frequent difficulties in the area of learning, motivation and social relationships from the perspective of teachers, students and their parents. The authors described the most frequent work modes of a school psychologist associated with this function. In addition, they concentrated on the difficulties of communicating with parents and highlighted a wide range of problems which require great erudition.


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school psychologist; work modes of a school psychologist; problems

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17951/pe.2020.4.11-19
Data publikacji: 2021-03-29 09:42:42
Data złożenia artykułu: 2020-04-01 19:49:56


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