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    1. 香港特殊學校校本電子教材教學運用課堂觀察研究
    Document Type: Journal Articles
    Source: 香港特殊教育期刊, 20, 136-154, 2018
    Year published: 2018
    Publisher: 香港特殊教育學會
    本文是探討如何運用校本電子教材,提升特殊學校不同科目的教學效能,如「個別差異照顧」、「自主學習」、「混合式教學」、「互動模式及師生角色」等。結果顯示,透過校本電子教材教學,教師在「個別差異照顧」及「自主學習」等方面,意識非常清晰,提升了學生的學習動機和課業表現。結論指出教師應多利用電子教科書的優勢,提供不同互動方式,使教學更能以「學生為本」。This paper is to examine the effectiveness of school-based e-learning materials in the aspects of learning diversity, self-regulated learning (SRL), blended learning mode; and interaction mode & role of teacher and students in special schools. From the findings, with the use of the school-based e-learning materials in teaching, the teachers were with good awareness on the learning diversity and SRL that led to the enhancement of learning motivation and performance among students. It was recommended that teachers should make full use of the e-learning materials so as to provide different interactive learning. This will help the learning be more student-centered. Copyright © 2018 特殊教育學會有限公司.
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    2. 香港特殊學習需要學生高中後轉銜現狀研究:來自特殊學習需要學生家長的聲音
    Document Type: Journal Articles
    Source: 香港特殊教育期刊, 16, 82-95, 2014
    Year published: 2014
    Publisher: 香港特殊教育學會有限公司
    香港自二零一二年起實施三三四新高中課程政策。然而,政府、政策研究者、學者等仍未對有特殊學習需要(SEN)高中生的學習情況,以及其畢業後的出路安排有足夠關注。本研究以小組訪談形式,收集了SEN高中生的家長對其SEN子女高中後轉銜的看法,包括對子女畢業出路的展望與態度、對現有政府支援體系的瞭解與評價,以及對於SEN學生高中後轉銜與支援服務的建議。小組訪談數據顯示,SEN學生家長均表示孩子高中後最理想出路是繼續升學,沒有升學機會時,才選擇工作。同時,他們主要擔心子女成績遜色,而在現今無論是升學或就業都講求高成績的社會中,其子女未能保持競爭力。另外,他們對於學校、政府和非政府機構等所提供的支援知之甚少,並且對社會支援,尤其是來自政府的支援非常不滿。此外,家長一致認為學校應負責SEN學生高中後的轉銜,並希望學校、政府或非政府機構所提供的資源能更多地考慮到SEN學生的個別特殊需要。最後,文末深入分析是次研究的重要性、局限及意義。 Since 2012, Hong Kong has implemented the New Senior Secondary (NSS) academic structure and curriculum. However, Hong Kong Government, policy makers and researchers have paid little attention to the educational situation and the career paths of the students with special educational needs (SEN) under the new curriculum. Thus, the current study was carried out, aiming to investigate parents’ opinions on their children’s post-secondary school transition. According to the results of focus group interviews, almost all parents of SEN students revealed that the most preferable career pathway was further study after their children graduated from senior secondary schools. Only when no study opportunities available would they consider job applications for their SEN children after they graduated. However, it should also be noted that a major concern of parents of SEN students was their children’s unsatisfactory academic achievement which could weaken their competitiveness, no matter whether they choose to work or further study as their post-school outcomes. In addition, the results indicated that these parents had little knowledge of current support services provided by schools, NGOs, and Hong Kong Government. Concerning current support services, they were particularly dissatisfied with those from the government. Noteworthy, parents all agreed that schools should be responsible for the post-school transition of SEN students. They also hope that schools, NGOs, and the government could take SEN students’ special needs into full consideration when these important stakeholders
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    3. 融合學生離校後轉銜的困境
    Document Type: Journal Articles
    Source: 香港特殊教育期刊, 17, 124-133, 2015
    Year published: 2015
    Publisher: 香港特殊教育學會有限公司
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    4. 智障學生中學後持續教育課程的需求
    Document Type: Journal Articles
    Source: 香港特殊教育論壇, 15, 36-47, 2013
    Year published: 2013
    Publisher: Centre for Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education, The Hong Kong Institute of Education ; Special Education Society of Hong Kong
    就新高中課程發展,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心與香港特殊教育學會,於2011年合作進行一項關於「香港特殊學校智障學生中學畢業後持續教育課程需求」的研究。研究目的是收集特殊學校智障學生畢業後持份者對特殊學校智障學生畢業後持續教育課程的認識、期望、課程內容及支援。調查結果有助發展為智障畢業學生而設的持續教育課程。
    [Copyright © 2013 The Hong Kong Special Education Society.]
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