Vol. 1 No. 1: (Published)

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    Article ID: 282

    A case study of pre-service training for special education teachers

    by Fu Wang

    Contemporary Special Education Research, Vol.1, No.1, 2024; 192 Views, 3 PDF Downloads

    with national attention to special education , More and more universities are starting to create special education majors, Undergraduate Special education specialty culture is the key to special education development_ ring , Therefore, it is urgent to make a systematic study on the cultivation of special education majors . This study takes a case Study , with N School Research Object , In-depth analysis of the training patterns for special education undergraduates . Research Discovery :(1)N School Special Education The training model for undergraduates has several features : to nurture research-oriented talent ; The fruit set embodies a wide range of educational tendencies greater than the specialization ; Professional Course open by credits , opening system and faculty restrictions ;2)Formation of culture scheme is the result of policy and market interaction ; 3) Training for undergraduates Evaluation Style single _, only on graduation go 

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    Article ID: 308

    Comments on the development of adaptive Physical Education in Europe and America and its Enlightenment

    by Xin li

    Contemporary Special Education Research, Vol.1, No.1, 2024; 177 Views, 5 PDF Downloads

    【关于欧美发达国家适应性体育发展的评论】,了解适应性体育发展的基本情况。 这对于我国夯实适应性体育理论体系,特殊教育的发展提供了理论依据和实践参考: - 统一适应性体育教育理念,创建具有中国特色的适应性体育教学体系,加强融合教学教学研究,提供本科适应体育教育方向的研究生教育。

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    Article ID: 362

    Kindergarten Integration Education on social support for special children

    by Huihui Wu

    Contemporary Special Education Research, Vol.1, No.1, 2024; 172 Views, 4 PDF Downloads

    as an important dimension for evaluating the effectiveness of integration education , Kindergarten Integration Education background The emotional support of special children has been paid more and more attention by the academic circles . this kind of support environment , includes both explicit special education methods and conditions , also includes implicit environment and atmosphere . This article is mainly aimed at kindergartens with special children in the background of integrated educationsocial Emotional support , How to better promote the social development of special young children study .

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    Article ID: 329

    from Open School to shared Education : New development Strategy for special education schools

    by shan Zhong

    Contemporary Special Education Research, Vol.1, No.1, 2024; 169 Views, 7 PDF Downloads

    Open Schooling was a strategy adopted by many special education schools , This strategy will continue to be enforced over the next long period of time . however , when special Educate schools to a certain extent , also needs to ASR the community . " shared education " bring up of school policy , is currently " shared "Development philosophy on special education the embodiment of , The is also a new phenomenon in the field of education. Requirements for special education . combined with special education school's own advantages , can be built by related activity platform , Break school funding Source Ownership Restrictions , Strengthening inter -school exchanges , Implementing shared activities and other measures to optimize resource allocation and intensive use , promoting further development of special education schools 

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    Article ID: 735

    Pathological Research Progress of Obsessive-compulsive Disorder in Children and Adolescents

    by Fengting Zhao

    Contemporary Special Education Research, Vol.1, No.1, 2019; 112 Views, 7 PDF Downloads

    Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a typical mental disorder, which has a lasting impact on children and adolescents’ life and learning. Multidisciplinary studies have explored the pathological mechanism of obsessive-compulsive disorder from different angles. Imaging studies have found that the structural and functional connections of multiple brain regions in children and adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder are abnormal, and cerebral blood flow and metabolic level of brain tissue are abnormal. Biological studies show that there are abnormalities in neurotransmitter metabolism, genes and cytokines in children and adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder.  Cognitive behavior research holds that children and adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder have different cognitive functions such as memory and attention from normal children. Although the above research results are controversial, they have important reference value for in-depth study of the pathology of obsessive-compulsive disorder and intervention of children and adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder.