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A literature review on peer-based intervention for students with physical disabilities

Title
A literature review on peer-based intervention for students with physical disabilities
Authors
Kim N.Ko H.Jung H.Park E.
Ewha Authors
박은혜
SCOPUS Author ID
박은혜scopus
Issue Date
2021
Journal Title
Korean Journal of Physical, Multiple and Health Disabilities
ISSN
2288-3843JCR Link
Citation
Korean Journal of Physical, Multiple and Health Disabilities vol. 64, no. 1, pp. 187 - 214
Keywords
Adult-mediated interventionLiterature reviewPeer-based interventionPhysical disability
Publisher
Seorim
Indexed
SCOPUS; KCI scopus
Document Type
Review
Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the trends of peer-based intervention research for students with physical disabilities. Method: A total of 18 domestic and foreign studies were selected and analyzed in terms of participants, research methodologies, settings, intervention types, goals, and effects. Results: First, most of the participants had severe physical and multiple disabilities, and they were participated in kindergartens and elementary schools. Second, the multiple baseline design across participants was the most frequently used research design and most of the interventions were conducted in inclusive classrooms. Third, peer-based interventions were analyzed as peer-mediated intervention and adult-mediated intervention. 13 studies used peer-mediated intervention, 12 studies used adult-mediated intervention, and 5 studies used both. Fourth, in many studies, social interaction and happiness of students with disabilities were frequently used as intervention goals. Conclusion: Based on analysis and synthesis of the findings, directions for future research and implications for practice were discussed. © 2021 Seorim. All rights reserved.
DOI
10.20971/kcpmd.2021.64.2.187
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사범대학 > 특수교육과 > Journal papers
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