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Master's Theses

Fort Hays State University

Special education

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Including Students With Special Needs In A Mainstream Classroom In Cameroon, Elie Tcheimegni Jan 2018

Including Students With Special Needs In A Mainstream Classroom In Cameroon, Elie Tcheimegni

Master's Theses

This qualitative study used a survey research design to collect perception data from ten general educators from Northern Cameroon to examine the attitudes and instructional efficacy of the regular education teacher towards the inclusion of learning disabled students in the Northern part of Cameroon in grades 9 to 12. The findings of this study indicated that there is a need to train general education teachers for inclusion. Participants believe general education teachers need supports, logistics, professional development and training in inclusion practices. They all mentioned teachers need training, support and resources. Teachers should possess the skills that facilitate all learning ...


Teacher Effectiveness And The Use Of The Minnesota Teacher Attitude Inventory With Special Class Teachers Of The Mentally Retarded In Kansas., James E. Marshall Jul 1956

Teacher Effectiveness And The Use Of The Minnesota Teacher Attitude Inventory With Special Class Teachers Of The Mentally Retarded In Kansas., James E. Marshall

Master's Theses

The problem, as presented in this paper, was to explore some possible values of the Minnesota Teacher Attitude Inventory as a tool to predict teacher effectiveness in special classes for the mentally retarded.


The Growth Of The Educational Program In Kansas For Handicapped Children, Bill E. Mcarthur May 1950

The Growth Of The Educational Program In Kansas For Handicapped Children, Bill E. Mcarthur

Master's Theses

Kansas, as well as the other forty-seven states, assisted by the Federal Government, has long recognized the need for the caring of the physical well-being of its children. To this end monetary appropriations and various agencies have been set up by legislation to provide food, shelter, and clothing for children whose parents could not provide these essentials. This has al.so been done for those who needed medical care and other physical corrections as well as for those whose mentality has not developed to an extent to permit them to make their way among normal people. However, “Man shall not ...