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|Other Titles:||The Effects of International Educational Trips for Students with Disabilities|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
The paper explores the effects of international education trips for students with disabilities. The results are as follows: the students participate in various activities and integrate themselves actively into diverse groups, and learn to appreciate the differences of others and also to share their life experiences. Besides, the students can overcome the fear of speaking foreign languages so as to communicate with people from other countries, which strengthens social skills of interaction and interpersonal communication. Future proposals include: applying for other grants and integrating professional resources, which will help more students to participate in international educational trips.
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