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|Other Titles:||Experiences and Reflections on the Implementation of Teaching Students with Twice Exceptionality in Elementary Schools|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
This study explored the implementation of teaching and counseling for students with twice exceptionality. The research was carried out by conducting classroom observations, reviewing documents, and interviewing school administrators, teachers, students and parents in two elementary schools in Taipei City. Qualitative data was compared and then further analyzed in greater depth. The results showed that the school's ecological system and special education resources were key considerations, as were the conditions of the school, the needs of students, and the difficulties encountered in the implementation process. Effective implementation of the teaching and counseling models require a high degree of administrative support, a professional teacher team, and the support of parents. Suggestions are provided for reference.
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