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Title: When Social Workers Meet Special Education Teachers: Action Research to Implement Curricular Changes in Taiwanese Special Education Systems
Authors: 王增勇
Chang, Yao-Jen;Wang, Frank Tsen-Yung;Chen, Shu-Fang;Lee, Ming-Yang;Kang, Ya-Shu
Contributors: 社工所
Keywords: Action research;Social inclusion;Intellectual disabilities;Outreach programs
Date: 2011.06
Issue Date: 2014-04-17 15:20:25 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) offering supported employment services in Taiwan recently have identified a missing link between their programs and the vocational programs students with disabilities received in secondary special education system. Sponsored by a national initiative aimed to enhance public education through crossover trials and social inclusion under the umbrella of “HighScope Taiwan”, academics and mainly senior social workers devoted to supported employment for persons with intellectual disabilities started a two-way outreach program through action engagement in 2007. Action research became the common focus of the joint task forces across social work, public education systems, and academia. The article provides field-based reflections of the action research project and suggests ways in which practice of action research may increase social impact in the professional development of individuals.
Relation: Systemic Practice and Action Research, 25(3), 273-280
Data Type: article
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