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精神障害を抱える学生への障害学生支援を考える : 統合失調症を抱える学生の修学上のバリア・合理的配慮とは

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Title: 精神障害を抱える学生への障害学生支援を考える : 統合失調症を抱える学生の修学上のバリア・合理的配慮とは
Other Titles: Exploring an Agenda of Accommodation and Support at a Disabilities Service Center for College Students with Psychiatric Disabilities
Authors: 松田, 康子1 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): Matsuda, Yasuko1
Keywords: 統合失調症
disability service
accommodation and support
Issue Date: 20-Dec-2016
Publisher: 北海道大学大学院教育学研究院
Journal Title: 北海道大学大学院教育学研究院紀要
Volume: 127
Start Page: 41
End Page: 61
Abstract: How useful are disability services in the current higher education for college students with psychiatric disabilities? The purpose of this research paper is to answer this question by exploring an agenda of accommodation and support at a disabilities service center for college students with psychiatric disabilities. Two studies were conducted using questionnaires to collect data from students (study 1) and staffs (teaching and clerical staff) (study 2) in higher education. The questionnaire contained items about knowledge on Schizophrenia, experience in relationships, degrees of experience in relationships, recognition of learning in university, details about accommodation and supports, and understanding of barriers and disability in college life. This study identified three major barriers for college students with psychiatric disabilities. ⑴Students and Staffs in higher education had pessimistic views about learning at university for college students with psychiatric disabilities. ⑵ Staffs at the university did not enough to find barriers in the viewpoints of appropriate accommodation for Students with psychiatric disabilities. ⑶Staffs at the university had experienced conflict in attempting fair evaluation of student work while accommodating students with psychiatric disabilities. The proposed solution to these barriers is a universal design for learning. It may be possible for college students with psychiatric disabilities to not disclose their disabilities given the availability of flexible curriculum.
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