「香港幼兒感覺運動統合發展評估手冊」:應用與個案分析

劉秀清

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Abstract

本文的探討是結合並應用「香港幼兒感覺運動統合發展檢核表 - 先導研究」(劉秀清,2011)及「香港幼兒感覺運動統合發展 - 評估手冊」(施鍾泰、劉秀清,2010)的兩項研究結果。研究問題是:如何應用香港幼兒感覺運動統合發展「檢核表」及「評估手冊」於個案實踐中?研究方法是應用上述「檢核表」作為幼稚園教師評估幼兒感覺統合發展的工具,藉個案實踐、分析作應用的說明與建議。具體目標是藉著個案分析而說明 「檢核表」中家長填寫部份及教師評估部份的意義與方法;讓家長懂得圈選「檢核表」,亦讓幼教老師懂得應用「評估手冊及 T-Test」的計分方式。研究員先在一所主流幼稚園中隨意觀察一段時間後再與校長、老師及幼兒家長溝通,並獲同意而選取三位幼兒參與是項「幼兒感覺統合發展評估」個案實踐。三項個案評估的實施均以「檢核表」為評估工具並以「評估手冊」為應用及分析的參照依據。最後在三項實踐個案中抽取其中一個作「個案分析」的研究對象以回應本研究問題,及向幼兒教師及家長作出實踐的說明與跟進的建議。
This paper is to integrate and provide further insights in the research results of ‘Establishment of the Reference Checklist for the Sensory Integration Development of Young Children in Hong Kong – Pilot Study’ (Lau, 2011), and the ‘The Hong Kong Reference Guide for the Sensory Integration Development of Young Children’ (Sy & Lau, 2010). The author attempts to address “How can the ‘Checklist’ and the ‘Reference Guide’ be applied in practice?”. It aims at introducing parents and teachers of young children to filling out the ‘Checklist’ and facilitating teachers using the ‘Reference Guide’ for scoring and data analysis.
Observations were carried out by the author in a minstream kindgarten for two weeks before three children were randomly selected to form the focus group for the subsequent case studies. The ‘Checklist’ was adopted as the tool for data collection in all three cases, and the ‘Reference Guide’ was referred for score calculation. In responding the research question, one of the cases was then chosen for analysis and discussion. It served also the purpose of demonstrating for parents and pre-school teachers on how the ‘Checklist’ and the ‘Reference Guide’ could be applied practically. Copyright © 2012 The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
Original languageChinese
Pages (from-to)45-56
Journal香港幼兒學報
Volume11
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2012

Citation

劉秀清(2012):「香港幼兒感覺運動統合發展評估手冊」:應用與個案分析,《香港幼兒學報》,11(1/2),頁45-56。

Keywords

  • Alt. title: “The Hong Kong reference guide for the sensory integration development of young children”: Application and case analysis