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Students with special needs in the resource classroom
The purpose of this study was to understand the current situation of internet using and internet literacy for junior high school students with special needs in the resource classroom in northern Taiwan. It also analyzed their differences on internet using and internet literacy due to the variables of the students’ background. This study used a questionnaire for data collection. ‘The investigation on internet using and internet literacy of the students with special needs in the resource classroom’ as the research tool. The subject were students with special needs in northern Taiwan and valid questionnaires were 278. The data were analyzed through statistical methods of descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA. The results of the study were as follows, 1. Most students with special needs were frequently using internet to online games, browsing media, chatting, google. They didn’t not often use online auction, online shopping, e-mails, e-learning, and webcast. 2. Most students with special needs in the resource classroom had a certain level of internet literacy. 3. There were significant differences on internet using on the different gender, grade, days online, and hours per week, parents’ attitude. However, it were no differences on different disabled students. 4. There were significant differences on internet literacy in the different parents’ attitude of students with special needs. However, it were no differences on different gender, grade, disability, days online and hours per week. According to the results, some suggestions for the administrators of education, junior high school teachers, parents, and future research are offered.
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