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Abstract of Action Research on the Activity-Based Intervention Approach for Applying Early Intervention Curriculum
LIN HUI CHING
Activity-based intervention approach;early intervention curriculum;development-delayed children
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-23 16:34:57 (UTC+8)|
An activity-based intervention approach is presented in this thesis to overcome the bottleneck of the early-intervening teaching. The development of this approach is realized in a small but heterogeneous group which includes three development-delayed children in one of the early intervention center。The proposed intervening action includes four steps of planning, observation, pondering, and modification, supplemented with the “ Assessment, Evaluation, and Programming System（AEPS）Measurement” to evaluate children’s capability in the age between 3 and 6. The essential information for the intervening action was collected by two researchers who conducted class recording, anecdotes observation, evaluation form checking, self-exam recording, and curriculums video taping. All the information leads to realize the historical trace of the related studies, the difficulties and the solutions of the executions, and changes of interaction among the peered group of the development-delayed children. At last, the credibility of this study is validated by the triangulation analysis of all the information and the cross-check by author’s colleagues.
The conclusions are summarized as follows :
1. Teaching designed specially for the targeted children can enhance the initiative willingness to participate the activities.
2. The Activity-based intervention approach is positive to the interaction of three development- delayed children.
3. The Activity-based intervention approach can transfer the role of the researcher from a guide to the observer and responder ; which is beneficial to the teaching development in the future.
Based on the conclusion, it will provide useful suggestions for staffs and institutions which involve in the early intervention.
Key words: Activity-based intervention approach; early intervention curriculum; development-delayed children
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