2014, Volume 4(1)

 TURINYS / CONTENTS

Editor’s letter 5
   
I. SOCIAL CHALLENGES 7
   
Analysis of Social Educators’ and Parents’ Cooperation Possibilities: Promoting and Hindering Factors
Daiva Alifanovienė, Asta Vaitkevičienė, Žydra Musvicienė
8
   
Features and Factors of Professional Self-Fulfilment of Skilled People
Oleg M. Kokun
18
   
Paradoxicality of the Activity Of Institutional Education Institutions: Principles and Opportunities
Adolfas Juodraitis, Odeta Šapelytė
31
   
II. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES 45
   
A Community of Practice Pilot Project for Delivering Early Intervention Professional Development
Sanna Harjusola-Webb, Ashley Lyons, Michelle Gatmaitan
46
   
Occupational Motivation of Music Teachers as Significant Factor of Social Wellbeing
Giedrė Gabnytė, Diana Strakšienė
64
   
Personal Modus of Future Specialists’ Self-Realization
Liudmyla Serdiuk
71
   
The Structure of an Online Assessment of Science and Social Studies Content: Testing Optional Formats of a General Outcome Measure
Paul Mooney, Kevin S. McCarter, Robert J. Russo, Danielle L. Blackwood
81
   
III. DISABILITY STUDIES 95
   
Development of Functional Mathematical Literacy of Pupils with ModerateSpecial Educational Needs
Laima Tomėnienė
96
   
The Health Literacy Status of Youth With Disabilities in a Residential Treatment Setting
Jacqueline N. Huscroft-D’Angelo, Alexandra L. Trout, Michael H. Epstein, Ronald W. Thompson
109
   
IV. PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION 119
   
Links between Adolescents’ Subjective Health Assessment, Type of Physical Activity and Posture
Daiva Mockevičienė, Lina Miliūnienė, Ilona Dobrovolskytė, Renata Žukauskaitė
120
   
Subjective Wellbeing of Elderly: Social Domain Aspect
Gintarė Vaznonienė
129
   
The Emotional Adjustment in the Process of Restorative Art-Therapy: the Experience of Interdisciplinary Research
Liudmila D. Lebedeva
145
   
About the authors 155
   
Information and Requirements for publications in Journal “SOCIAL WELFARE INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH”