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The Study of Special Education Experience, Supporting Attitude and Effectiveness of the Special Education Implementation Committee Members in Junior High Schools.
special education experience
Special Education Implementation Committee
The purposes of this study were to explore the status quo of special education experience, supporting attitude and effectiveness of the Special Education Implementation Committee (SEIC) members in junior high schools, and to analyze differences and establish a causal model. The tool of research was a self-developed questionnaire, the Junior High School SEIC Member Investigation Scale, sent to 229 members in 48 junior high schools in Keelung, Taipei and New Taipei City. The main results of the study were as follows: 1. The Special Education Implementation Committee members had a moderate extent on the special education experience, but showed larger individual differences. Members showed a high degree of the supporting attitude and the effectiveness of implementation were high, which meant the members had a positive attitude to the Special Education Implementation Committee, and highly approved of the outcome of the implementation. 2. Members' different statuses resulted in significant differences in the performance of special education experience, supporting attitude and effectiveness of implementation. 3. Different professional knowledge led to a significant difference in the performance of special education experience, but showed no difference in the supporting attitude and the effectiveness of implementation. 4. This study discovered the positive correlation between special education and the supporting attitude, but there was no significant influence on the effectiveness of implementation. However, the supporting attitude would impose positive influence on the effectiveness of implementation.
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