Die benutting van fisiese fasiliteite aan 'n spesiale skool
Topham, Phillip George
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This study focuses on the mentally disabled pupil who receives his education in a special school. The mentally disabled pupil makes unique demands on the school. To facilitate this type of education a particular curriculum and suitable physical facilities have to be provided. For the physical facilities to be up to educational standards, the use of such facilities will have to be in accordance with the aims of the special school. The educational use of said physical facilities at a special school can be instrumental in the eradication of the handicap a pupil at the special school experiences. It is the responsibility of the headmaster of such a school to see to it that the physical facilities are used in such a way so that the aims of the school are realize. To ensure that the facilities are used optimally, the headmaster must set a criteria which is unique to the special school. The physical facilities of a special school for mentally disabled pupils, being a part of reality, functions by means of the structural moments of reality. The criteria regarding the use of the physical facilities at a special school is formulated in terms of the modalities of reality in which the school functions.
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