Title: A Case Study of Students From Hearing Impairment School Participating in a Gender Equality Micro-film
Stream: Education & Difference: Gifted Education, Special Education, Learning Difficulties & Disability
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation
Chingju Wang, Taichung Special School for the Students With Hearing Impairments, Taiwan
The purpose of this research is to understand the true feelings of the students of hearing impairment School when they participate in the gender equality micro-film, and to understand the process, effectiveness and ideas of the students' participation in the hearing impairment School the teacher can further understand the thoughts and influence of the students. This research adopts a case study, and the target is three of the hearing impairment students who participated in the school’s gender equality micro-film course. Semi-structured in-depth interviews and researcher’s notes are used to explore the experience, feelings and thoughts of students from hearing impairment School. The findings of the study are as follows:
1.The concept of students' self-protection is improved.
2.Students think that the teacher's teaching is clear.
3.Students think the content of the film is simple and easy to understand.
4.The sign language of the micro-film is not the same as the sign language used by students.
5.Multimedia sign language test questions can be added to meet the needs of students.
The results of this research will be provided for reference by researchers in charge of educational administrative agencies and related fields. The research results can also be applied in practice and promoted to special education schools for teaching and research purposes.
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