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|Other titles||What special education research tells us about teaching underachieving students|
|Statement||[authors, Ya-yu Lo and Allison G. Kretlow].|
|Series||ERS focus on|
|Contributions||Lo, Ya-yu., Kretlow, Allison G., Educational Research Service (Arlington, Va.)|
|LC Classifications||LC4691 .E77 2008|
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|Pagination||23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
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The special education teacher, after consideration, withdrew her consent to be directly included in the vignette. According to the mother, the special education teacher later expressed concern that she wasn’t aware of any breach in communication until she read a draft copy of the incident.
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As a group, teacher attitudes toward teaching hard of hearing students was slightly positive (a mean of on a 5-point Likert-type scale). Neither teacher experience in working with hard of hearing students nor the amount of special education background was found to be related to 59 teacher attitudes.
She examined the US education system and found that they are still using curriculum models developed back in the 50s. Which explains why the education received is so often irrelevant and why other countries are quickly gaining on and surpassing the level of. understand education research techniques, politically heated debates in education tend to be accompanied by research information that may be adequate for reaching conclusions in ideal, laboratory-like conditions, but which is totally inadequate to the needs of teachers and administrators for decision-making in the schools.
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