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A Study on Evaluation Findings Use of Special Education Evaluation in Elementary and Junior High Schools in Miaoli County
evaluation of special education
evaluation findings use
follow-up and guidance mechanism of evaluation
The purpose of this study was to explore how elementary and junior high schools in Miaoli County used the findings of special education evaluation. This study adopted a qualitative research method with 14 interviews across 4 schools whose special education were evaluated in the academic year of 105. The interviewers included the school principals, directors of special education affairs (dean of students and dean of studies), team leader of special education and special education teachers (for centralized special education class, de-centralized resource class and itinerant counseling class). The results of this study are as follows: I.Evaluation findings used by schools: 1.Emphasize the development of special education in schools. 2.Facilitate discussion and respond to the educational authority. 3.Strengthen a mechanism for the operation of special education in schools. 4.Adjust the instruction and guidance of special education in schools. 5.Improve the hardware and environment for special education in schools. 6.Communicate and cooperate with stakeholders. II.Factors that affect the findings use of special education evaluation in schools: 1.Follow-up and guidance mechanism of evaluation. 2.Recognition of evaluation findings. 3.School organization and resources. 4.Internal communication and cooperation within schools. 5.Perceived quality of evaluation design and implementation. Finally, recommendations are made based on the results of this study, as a reference for the future education policy at to be implemented educational authorities and schools.
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