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The Study of Disability Awareness among elementary and high school students for convergence education design
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 13, Issue 11,  2015, pp.539-547
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2015.13.11.539
 Title & Authors
The Study of Disability Awareness among elementary and high school students for convergence education design
Kim, Sung-Jin;
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 Abstract
This paper is the study on deducing the education design for convergence of disability awareness of targeting elementary, middle, high school students located in J city. The analysis results are as follows: In the analysis of group difference in disability awareness, there was a statistically significant difference according to female students, schools, and sub-typed phase, and experience in integrated education. It was found that the participating group in disability awareness education showed a higher average than non-participating groups in prejudice against disability, interest and consideration, and acceptance of physically challenged friends. In the relationship between disability perception education and disability awareness, the education was found to have influence on prejudice against disability and acceptance of physically challenged friends. This paper suggested disability awareness education reflecting a life cycle, application of the integrated educational method for verifying educational effectiveness, etc.
 Keywords
Convergence;Disability Awareness;Special Education;Disability;Social integration;
 Language
Korean
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