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  • 1.  
  • 2. Project Partners PROODOS A.E. Centre of Vocational Training
  • 3. Comparative Results : Implications for the Design of the Web Resource Dr Chris Riley, University of Worcester, UK
  • 4.
    • UK results compared with those from the partner countries
    • UK context for disability practice
    • Significant differences between UK and partner results were identified in the key areas of:
      • Disclosure
      • Self Advocacy
      • Student centred adjustments
      • Support for key skills development
      • Advice on rights and entitlements
    Comparative Analysis
  • 5.
    • 56% of UK participants
    • 37% of participants in the other partner countries (BG, GR, TR). Disclosed before starting course
    Disclosure before starting course TR = 33%
  • 6.
    • Need for Disclosure advice
    Non disclosure before starting course -implications:
  • 7.
    • 54% of UK participants
    • 26% of participants in the other partner countries (BG, GR, TR).
    • All their teachers knew how to teach them
    ‘ All their teachers knew how to teach them ’ TR = 24%
  • 8.
    • 4% of UK participants
    • 19% in the other partner countries (BG, GR, TR)
    • None of their teachers knew how to teach them
    ‘ None of their teachers knew how to teach them ’ TR = 22%
  • 9.
    • Need for student centred adjustment strategies
    Teachers knew how to teach them - implications:
  • 10.
    • 8% in UK
    • 38% in other partner countries (BG, GR, TR).
    • Never negotiated any adjustments
    Students ‘ never negotiated any adjustments ’ TR = 42%
  • 11.
    • 12% in UK
    • 30% in other partner countries (BG, GR, TR).
    • Teachers never made any adjustments for the students
    Teachers ‘ never made any adjustments for the students ’ TR = 47%
  • 12.
    • Need for advice on negotiating and accessing adjustments
    • Need to promote self advocacy
    Students not negotiating adjustments and Teachers not making adjustments – implications:
  • 13.
    • 60% of UK participants - true
    • 21% of participants in the other partner countries (BG, GR, TR).
    • Have equipment - true
    ‘ I have all the equipment I need including assistive technology ’ TR = 26%
  • 14.
    • Need advice on equipment
    • Need for advice on self advocacy
    • Need for advice on financial support
    Equipment they need - implications:
  • 15.
    • ICT and Numeracy were identified as the most difficult skills.
    • Some literacy related tasks involving writing and listening (dictation) were also found difficult.
    • Practical skills were moderately difficult.
    • Similar findings for the UK.
    • Clear need for key skills support
    Skill Development
  • 16.
    • 50% in UK
    • 33% in the other partner countries (BG, GR, TR).
    • Did not know their legal rights
    •  
    ‘ Did not know their legal rights and entitlements ’ TR = 44%
  • 17.
    • Need for Advice on Rights and Entitlements
    •  
    Knowledge of their legal rights – implications: