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2004

The College at Brockport: State University of New York

Elementary education

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Special And General Education Teachers' Attitudes Regarding Successful Versus Unsuccessful Inclusion In Elementary Schools, Jennifer Stremich May 2004

Special And General Education Teachers' Attitudes Regarding Successful Versus Unsuccessful Inclusion In Elementary Schools, Jennifer Stremich

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

This study investigated teachers' attitudes of successful versus unsuccessful inclusion. All subjects were general and special education fourth and fifth grade teachers in an elementary suburban school district. One instrument was used for data collection in this research, which consisted of a survey with a rating scale and a written interview to gather teachers' attitudes. The planned analysis was conducted using SPSS (Noonan, 2003, version 12.0) in order to gather descriptive statistics (including mean, percentages, and standard deviation) and inferential statistics, using a paired sample T Test to determine whether a statistically significant difference existed between teachers' attitudes and ...


Least Restrictive Environment For Students With Disabilities, Kristin Talada May 2004

Least Restrictive Environment For Students With Disabilities, Kristin Talada

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

As the number of students with disabilities in our classroom today grows, it is important to make sure we, as educators, do as much as possible to accommodate our students. Therefore, my research question is: Can fourth grade students with identified disabilities obtain the same level of academic achievement in the general education classroom with consultant services as compared to a pull-out program in the resource room? In order to answer this question, I reviewed literature, and obtained data through an observation checklist. The observational checklist was based on five specific academic behaviors shown in the general education classroom as ...


How Children Learn To Spell In First Grade, Jennifer Tudisco May 2004

How Children Learn To Spell In First Grade, Jennifer Tudisco

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

This study investigated how first grade children learn to spell. It targeted first grade students in an urban elementary school in Western New York who are learning to spell. The researcher examined the influences that affect a student's ability to learn, the characteristics of spellers, and the strategies that teachers and students use to help them with spelling, whether teaching or learning. Data was collected through the analysis of writing samples, observation checklists, and early literacy assessments, interviews with students, questionnaires for to parents, and surveys given to first grade teachers.

Children learn to spell in stages and use ...