Competencies of the Special Education Student Teachers: A Systematic Review
Sabereh Bazrafshan, Esmaeil Zaraii Zavaraki, Parviz Sharifi Daramadi, Ali Delavar
Special education of student teachers require highly specialized competencies to get prepared to teach the students with special needs and to predict and cope with problems that may occur during their work. This study explored the definition and domains of special education student teachers competencies. This study was a systematic review of special education of student teachers ' competencies in English databases (2000-2020). A comprehensive search through multiple known databases identified a dataset of 112 papers from which 23 papers were retrieved in the final step. Individual, social, ethical, methodological and professional domains were defined as belonging to special education student teachers’ competence. Moreover, factors affecting the development of the competencies were identified. Although, the competencies and its domains vary by culture and across countries, this systematic review demonstrated the comprehensive ones in these scopes.
Volume: Volume 24
Issues: Issue 2
Keywords: Competency, Student, Teachers, Special, Education Needs, Training, Base Competency, Development Competency