Inklusion i folkeskolen

Celina Dissing, Frederikke Bruhn, Mads Randrup & Troels Senbergs

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


In this project, we examine the problems, a child with autism might encounter during the inclusion in a regular class in the primary school of Denmark. A child with autism usually requires peace and quiet as well as well-defined rules for behavior and assignments, but the environment in the primary school does not always meet these requirements. Due to this state of matters, we examine the major problems a child may encounter, in order to sort out which precautions can be made, to enhance the child’s school experience to a significant degree. We did this by interviewing several persons, who had substantial knowledge concern the subject, as well as conducting an observational study of children with autism, who had their own isolated class, in which specific precautions were made in order to ensure their well-being. But at the same time, some of these children were being included in another regular class a couple of times throughout the week. Throughout the project it became clear that the well-being of the child, is the aspect, that is under a lot of stress, whereas the child with autism often experiences trouble making friends, fitting in and feeling included. Furthermore, a child with autism has a substantial need for structures in regards to how the everyday life is conducted, as well as regarding to how you should behave in social arenas. Therefor the focus of this project is in general, how to promote the well being of one such child with autism.

UddannelserBasis - Humanistisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis
Udgivelsesdato21 dec. 2015
VejledereJørgen Rafn


  • inclusion
  • autism