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Analysis of importance and performance on the traits of Good Instruction Recognized by Special Classes teachers in Secondary Schools

  • Journal of Special Education: Theory and Practice
  • Abbr : JSPED
  • 2011, 12(4), pp.47-70
  • Publisher : Research Institute of the Korea Special Education
  • Research Area : Social Science > Education

김나현 1 Lim, Kyoung-won 2

1서천중학교
2공주대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to provide basic information of good instruction for special education and identify areas of improvement for special classes by analyzing the importance and performance on ‘good instruction’ recognized by special classes’ teachers in middle schools. In order to do this, a total of 178 questionnaires collected and analyzed from the national middle school with special classes. The research result, the recognition of what makes good instruction, a relational viewpoint and a constructive viewpoint were recognized high on the importance analysis and the performance analysis too. The previous classes’ level and functional curriculum were recognized high. In regard to the recognition of teaching methods, those areas recognized high include choice opportunities, responsibilities given, the consideration of diverse disability, and the organization of information and lessons on the importance analysis. On the performance analysis, the interaction among students, the organization of information and lessons, choice opportunities, responsibilities given, and the consideration of diverse disability were recorded high. On the performance analysis in learning environment, class sizes and behavior guidance were recorded high, and, in evaluation, performance evaluation, transfer, and generalization related evaluation were recognized high. After analyzing the difference between importance and performance, we identified areas for further improvement. These include ‘classes utilizing various teaching methods and ‘an evaluation of students’ abilities of applying classroom learning into the real world.’ To bring about change in classroom, we need to establish recognition conforming to specific teaching strategies and changes in the direction of teaching.

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