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This study, conducted between October 2020 and December 2020, aimed to highlight how students in education sciences – special education/psychopedagogy – perceived their future professional roles in the current social context marked by the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. We used the research method of Super’s Professional Values Questionnaire, a questionnaire for perceiving the professional roles of students in educational sciences/special education. Both questionnaires were administered in an online format according to GDPR rules. We used IBM Statistical Package for the Social Sciences 25 for statistical data processing. The resulting conclusions are as follows: (a) it allows a better understanding of the professional training process of students in education sciences; (b) it highlights how students programme their future professional career; and (c) it reveals new types of complex psychopedagogical services that the investigated subjects intend to initiate for vulnerable people.
Keywords: Professional roles, special education.
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