Difficulty feelings about school stationary of student with special needs
1) Kibi International University, Japan 2) Kansai Gakken Medical and Welfare Colleg, Japan
Purpose: The purpose of this study
is to clarify the structure of students' difficulty feelings about stationary,
and to evaluate the relationship between difficulty feelings and behavioral
Subjects and Methods: Thirty-two elementary school students with special needs (from third grade to sixth grade) were conducted a questionnaire. It consists of two parts: 1) presence of difficulty feelings for the 28 stationery used at school and reason of difficulty, and 2) the strengths and difficulties questionnaire (SDQ).
Results: The stationery with much difficulty feelings are compasses, paste, sewing machine, jump rope and dustcloth. The difficulty feelings is consists of four categories: 1) difficulty of the handling, 2) flimsiness of materials, 3) unpleasantness of the sensation, and 4) indigestibility of the method. The number of troubled stationery correlated with SDQ score.
Conclusion: This study showed that the many students with special needs have difficulty feelings about school stationery.
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