Samoświadomość w Stanach Zjednoczonych: historia i definicje
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Pierson, M. R. (2014). Samoświadomość w Stanach Zjednoczonych: historia i definicje. Interdyscyplinarne Konteksty Pedagogiki Specjalnej, (4), 107–116. https://doi.org/10.14746/ikps.2014.4.05

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Self-concept has been an important theoretical construct for children and especially for children with mild/moderate disabilities in the history of special education. This chapter will review the role that self-concept has played in the field of special education and how it has impacted children in the history of schooling in the United States. Definitional models of self-concept will be presented and analyzed in light of the impact of the social outcomes on academic/cognitive progress.

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