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篇  名 一名國小學習障礙資優生之優弱勢分析探討
並列篇名 A Case Study on Analyzing Strengths and Weaknesses of a Fifth Grade Gifted Student with Learning Disabilities
作  者 鄒小蘭 ; 盧台華
發表期刊 資優教育季刊
出版年份 2009 年
卷  期 112 期
頁  次 p.8~19
關鍵字 學習障礙資優生 ; 優弱勢分析 ; 多元評量 ; gifted student with learning disabilities ; analysis of the strengths and weaknesses ; multiple assessment
語言別 中文
中文摘要

本個案研究透智力測驗、創造思考測驗、多元智能量表、行為與情緒評量表等標準化工具,以及晤談和文件分析方法,綜合評析一名小學五年級學習障礙資優生個案之優弱勢能力與特質,並探討多元評量的適宜性。並根據結果提出相關建議。

英文摘要

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects and accessibilities of using multiple tools and methods to thoroughly find out the strengths and weaknesses of a fifth grade gifted student with learning disabilities. Besides administrating WISC-IV and Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking, Chinese Version of Multiple Intelligence Developmental Assessment Scales Form-B, and Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale to the student, data of parent and teacher interviews and student’s personal files were also analyzed. According to the findings, the authors also made some suggestions for future implementations.

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