Presentation 2008-01-26
Practice of Knowledge Management in Special Needs Education
Masahito NAGAMORI, Masaki NAGASAWA, Maomi UENO,
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Abstract(in English) In this paper we propose a powerful knowledge management system that archives teaching strategies and solutions for dealing with behavioral issues in the classroom, permits sharing of information among widely dispersed schools and other educational institutions, and supports collaborative development of effective teaching plans. The feature of the system is shown as follows. 1) Video records are created online during class by the teacher that show behavioral problems and how the teacher attempts to deal with the problems, and these records are easily archived on the Web as information that can be shared with other teachers and special ed experts. 2) Archived data includes video records, template formatted education records, and bulletin board records; and teachers and special ed experts around the country can share teaching examples that occur in classrooms on a daily basis over the Web. 3) Participants collaborate over the Web to develop case studies and teaching plans based on the shared teaching examples, and new special education teachers can access and use the archived case studies and plans.
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Keyword(in English) Knowledge Management / Special Need Education / Web System / Multimedia / Decentralized Knowledge
Paper # ET2007-76
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Conference Date 2008/1/19(1days)
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Title (in English) Practice of Knowledge Management in Special Needs Education
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Keyword(1) Knowledge Management
Keyword(2) Special Need Education
Keyword(3) Web System
Keyword(4) Multimedia
Keyword(5) Decentralized Knowledge
1st Author's Name Masahito NAGAMORI
1st Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Information Systems, The University of Electro-Communications:Faculty of Engineering, Nagaoka University of Technology()
2nd Author's Name Masaki NAGASAWA
2nd Author's Affiliation Faculty of Education and Human Sciences, Niigata University
3rd Author's Name Maomi UENO
3rd Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Information Systems, The University of Electro-Communications
Date 2008-01-26
Paper # ET2007-76
Volume (vol) vol.107
Number (no) 462
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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