Relationship between Understandings and Social Interactions Toward Children with Special Needs in an Inclusive Education at the Demonstration School of Ramkhamhaeng University

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Nuttapong Chumsili
Patchanee Prasititanyakit

Abstract

This research article aimed to study and compare the understandings and social interactions toward children with special needs in an inclusive education at the Demonstration School of Ramkhamhaeng University. The sample group was the junior high school students at the Demonstration School of Ramkhamhaeng University. The research instruments were the social interactions toward children with special needs in an inclusive education at the Demonstration School of Ramkhamhaeng University. The data were analyzed to find the percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test, one-way ANOVA, and Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation.


Findings are as follows: (1) The junior high school students at the Demonstration School of Ramkhamhaeng University had an overall understanding at a good level. (2) The junior high school student at the Demonstration School of Ramkhamhaeng University had the overall social interactions toward children with special needs in an inclusive education at the average level. (3) The students with different gender had the understanding and social interactions toward children with special needs in an inclusive education at the Demonstration School of Ramkhamhaeng University differently as statistical significance level at 0.05. (4). The students with different classes had the understanding and social interactions toward children with special needs in an inclusive education at the Demonstration School of Ramkhamhaeng University differently with no statistical significance level at 0.05., and (5) The understanding was determined to be positively correlated with social interactions toward children with special needs in an inclusive education at the Demonstration School of Ramkhamhaeng University as statistical significance level at 0.05.

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Chumsili, N., & Prasititanyakit, P. (2021). Relationship between Understandings and Social Interactions Toward Children with Special Needs in an Inclusive Education at the Demonstration School of Ramkhamhaeng University. Ph.D. In Social Sciences Journal, 11(1), 107-117. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/phdssj/article/view/249247
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