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Supporting Remote Survey Data Analysis by Co-researchers with Learning Disabilities through Inclusive and Creative Practices and Data Science Approaches

Dorota Chapko, Pedro Andrés Andrés Pérez Rothstein, Lizzie Emeh, Pino Frumiento, Donald Kennedy, David McNicholas, Ifeoma Orjiekwe, Michaela Overton, Mark Snead, Robyn Steward, Jenny Sutton, Melissa Bradshaw (+5 others)
2021 Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2021  
Through a process of robust co-design, we created a bespoke accessible survey platform to explore the role of co-researchers with learning disabilities (LDs) in research design and analysis.  ...  We derived an efficient five-steps STM co-analysis process for creative, inclusive, and critical engagement of data by co-researchers.  ...  This work was supported by the Wellcome Trust [211043/Z/18/Z].  ... 
doi:10.1145/3461778.3462010 pmid:34541585 pmcid:PMC7611679 fatcat:zk6bepjxpndjvnqoffdkozzduy

El potencial de las tecnologías de Internet en la humanitarización de la educación inclusiva

Aleksey P. Albov, Olga V. Stukalova, Alla I. Kairova, Valeriya V. Andrianova, Galina V. Martyanova.
2019 Dilemas Contemporáneos: Educación, Política y Valores  
El artículo presenta el potencial de las tecnologías de Internet en el proceso de humanitarización de la educación inclusive, el cual es factor significativo en la socialización de los estudiantes con  ...  Rokich applied in the course of this research and analysis of the obtained data showed that for students with disabilities, the opportunity to study remotely based on the principles of humanitarization  ...  The research included a few surveys focused on the value attitudes of students with disabilities to the opportunity to learn remotely with the help of Internet technologies.  ... 
doi:10.46377/dilemas.v30i1.1101 fatcat:scic2gnz7jaf3ozx3mve5n2arm


2021 2021 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON)  
learning by doing approach 116 Alonso-Fernández, Cristina Data science meets standardized game learning analytics 1546 Alonso-Virgós, Lucía Women in science and technology studies.  ...  aspects in biopharmaceutics 388 Freire, Manuel Data science meets standardized game learning analytics 1546 Frydenberg, Mark Co-creating with TalkTech developing attributes through international  ... 
doi:10.1109/educon46332.2021.9453902 fatcat:3gg6om2c35dn5hdwjc7wmptkn4

Oral Presentations ‐ Friday 25 June 2021

2021 Australian Occupational Therapy Journal  
Methods: A constructivist grounded theory research design was utilised. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews and analysed thematically.  ...  Results: Guided by the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, five themes and two subthemes described the role of occupational therapists working in eating disorder services.  ...  Disability groups, individuals with disabilities, caregivers of children with disabilities, parents, and children recruited in different stages (through surveys, direct approaches and social media) to  ... 
doi:10.1111/1440-1630.12738 fatcat:4ey5hnfihje2jg4zc2amh5y75a

E‐ Poster Displays

2021 Australian Occupational Therapy Journal  
education sectors to support students with disabilities.  ...  , educators and families to enable effective inclusive education for children with disabilities in mainstream schools.  ...  Descriptive statistics and thematic analysis were used. Results: Nine participant surveys and two co-facilitators surveys were completed. Overall, the group was considered valuable by participants.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1440-1630.12736 fatcat:i352xjlfjffbxiykd2bx5nzz6q

Use of Information and Communication Technologies in the Inclusive Process of Educational Institutions

Olena Budnyk, Mykhaylo Kotyk
2020 Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University  
The article focuses on the necessity to study and promote assistive technologies in inclusive learning, which are developed today in the world to enable people with disabilities to get education and their  ...  with disabilities and improving the quality of educational services.  ...  In fact, such is the research activity in the field of STEM education [5] . ICTs provide opportunities for co-operative learning for students with disabilities.  ... 
doi:10.15330/jpnu.7.1.15-23 fatcat:7swmijbtv5ap7jvbsaeduadr4e

La pedagogía digital en el sistema de educación superior inclusiva

Larisa Y. Belenkova, Yelena V. Skudnyakova, Dmitry V. Bosov
2022 Zenodo  
The analysis of the data obtained during the survey of students revealed that out of 45 people, 29 students have a disability.  ...  What is the degree of your psychological readiness and satisfaction with co-education with disabled students?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6555347 fatcat:nx2rxm42f5afdcvg7bcxobqx4y

EUCAPA 2022 Book of Abstracts

European Conference of Adapted Physical Activity
2022 European Journal of Adapted Physical Activity  
coordinate European cooperation in research, professional preparation, provision of services and promotion of Adapted Physical Activity for people with disabilities.  ...  people with disabilities in a diverse and changing democratic society across Europe.  ...  A six-step thematic development process aligned with the research approach was used for data analysis.  ... 
doi:10.5507/euj.2022.003 fatcat:ez5nw3gnafg63au3er2wqdjrtq

Collaborative Speculations on Future Themes for Participatory Design in Germany

Henrik Mucha, Ana Correia de Barros, Jesse Josua Benjamin, Christoph Benzmüller, Andreas Bischof, Sandra Buchmüller, Alexandra de Carvalho, Anna-Katharina Dhungel, Claude Draude, Marc-Julian Fleck, Juliane Jarke, Stefanie Klein (+20 others)
2022 I-COM: A Journal of Interactive and Cooperative Media  
It is meant to inform, provoke, inspire and, ultimately, invite participation within the wider Computer Science community.  ...  the German Participatory Design community; and (3) discuss tensions relevant to the field, that we expect to arise in the future, and which we derived from our 2021 workshop through a speculative method  ...  There are already structures in place to support checks & balances for responsible data practices and accountable AI.  ... 
doi:10.1515/icom-2021-0030 fatcat:wyoaud2uazaozdgxfp47huipmu

A social innovation model for equitable access to quality health services for rural populations: a case from Sumpaz, a rural district of Bogota, Colombia

Martha Milena Bautista Gomez, Lindi van Niekerk
2022 International Journal for Equity in Health  
Results The social innovation model was designed as a co-learning process based on community participation.  ...  of creative strategies which fill systemic voids in access and co-ordination of care, as well as in addresings upstream environmental factors responsible for ill-health.  ...  Acknowledgements Juan Paulo Ruiz Taborda for his support in coding process.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12939-022-01619-2 pmid:35164775 pmcid:PMC8842957 fatcat:xnz3vourjzejjhj2rhz3ixm7ie

Oral Presentations ‐ Thursday 24 June 2021

2021 Australian Occupational Therapy Journal  
Semistructured interviews (n = 7) and a survey (n = 38) were conducted with nursing, allied health and peers support staff within one mental health ward.  ...  Interview data were analysed using framework analysis to identify factors influencing the use of sensory interventions. Survey data were analysed using SPSS.  ...  Data analysis will include descriptive statistics of quantitative data and thematic analysis of qualitative data from the focus group and survey.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1440-1630.12737 pmid:34157142 fatcat:b3doe2so3bes7cq4d6mo5sayve

Media and Information Literacy in Inclusive Education: A Team Teaching Concept at the Technische Universität Dortmund

Ingo Bosse, Gudrun Marci-Boehncke
2019 Philosophy Study  
Inclusive teaching and learning in different contexts are practiced in tutorials with practical approaches as well.  ...  joint seminars by the Research Center Youth-Media-Education as part of the Faculty for Cultural Studies and the Research Cluster Technology for Inclusion and Participation at the University of Dortmund  ...  and adults affected by conflict, HIV and AIDS, hunger and poor health, and those with disabilities or special learning needs.  ... 
doi:10.17265/2159-5313/2019.03.001 fatcat:n65mmvv6tvbcjpuebmxownerxu

Physical Programming for Blind and Low Vision Children at Scale

Cecily Morrison, Nicolas Villar, Alex Hadwen-Bennett, Tim Regan, Daniel Cletheroe, Anja Thieme, Sue Sentance
2019 Human-Computer Interaction  
Currently, the uptake of novel educational technologies to support inclusive education of children with disabilities continues to be limited at scale.  ...  We articulate how key design constructs such as persistent program overview and liveness supported nonspecialist teachers to co-produce learning for children of different ages, visual and cognitive abilities  ...  The mainstreaming of learners with disabilities was motivated by a vision of social inclusion supported through inclusive teaching practices (UK Parliment 1981) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/07370024.2019.1621175 fatcat:t26hfmv42zftpigzyeeeltwau4

A Scoping Review on Open Educational Resources to Support Interactions of Learners with Disabilities

Jewoong Moon, Yujin Park
2021 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
In this study, we reviewed and synthesized existing research on how OER and open educational practices support the interactions of learners with disabilities across different OER platforms.  ...  Emerging OER and open educational practices allow learners to interact with digital learning resources in self-regulated learning.  ...  In the same vein, OER-enabled pedagogy emphasizes learners' creative and critical thinking through learning-by-doing exercises.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v22i1.5110 doaj:5f8a10cfc85d44068a1c259bd11f6308 fatcat:3ytv4dv5yffb3kcpk7enanwzka

Impact of Assistive Technologies to Inclusive Education and Independent Life of Down Syndrome Persons: A Systematic Literature Review and Research Agenda

Venera Krasniqi, Katerina Zdravkova, Fisnik Dalipi
2022 Sustainability  
Thematic analysis resulted in four themes with one common concept: variety.  ...  The results of examining the four research questions defined in the paper's background confirm that the synergy of emerging assistive technologies and inclusive education has the potential of becoming  ...  Additionally, an analysis of data from three iterative cycles of designing a tablet app for children with Down syndrome to support their awareness of quantity through an inclusive game was conducted [  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14084630 fatcat:zphqcyq6hvc3jaqpwodyewp6ri
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