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An Investigation of Physical Education Teaching-Needs and Execution for the Special Education Classesat Elementary and Junior High Schools in Tainan City
Physical education;Special classrooms;Adapted physical education;Elementary school;Junior high school
|Issue Date: ||2014-12-08T04:14:44Z
This research aimed to investigate the "the needs" and "the execution" of the physical education (PE) for the special education classes at elementary and junior high schools. The subjects included 138 special education teachers. A "Questionnaire of Teaching Needs and Execution of the Physical Education for the Special Education Classes", including "Curriculum and Instruction", "Goal Setting and Assessment", "Professional Knowledge and Cooperation", and "Administration Supports and Instructional Equipment" domains, was used. The findings were as the following. First, over 80% of them had taught PE. However, 95% of these teachers didn't have related adaptive PE backgrounds, and over 50% of them did not received related trainings or credits. Second, the degree of needs to teach adaptive PE for special education teachers reached "very high" level, but the field stayed only at "partially done" level in practice. Third, the teachers responded that the needs at the four domains were all at very high level, but some of them were partial completion. Finally, the elementary school teachers recognized that they had more needs of adaptive PE than those of junior high school teachers. In addition, the teachers participated the adaptive PE had higher executive performance.
|Relation: ||特殊教育學報, 38: 31-54|
|Appears in Collections:||[特殊教育系所] 期刊論文|
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