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Reactions of Teachers versus Non-Teachers toward People Who Stutter

The primary purpose of this study was to assess whether kindergarten through twelfth grade teachers differ from people in non-teaching occupations in their reactions to people who stutter (PWS). The authors reported that teachers use a greater number and variety … Continue reading

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Examining the Use of Classroom Observations in the Evaluation of Special Education Teachers

A primary focus of recent educational policymaking has been on improving measures of teaching effectiveness, attributable in part to recent federal policies such as the Race to the Top initiative and Investing in Innovation. To date, neither researchers nor practitioners … Continue reading

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Bullying and students with disabilities – Strategies and techniques to create a safe learning environment for all

This new work contains eight chapters/subjects focused on bullying and students with disabilities: What is bullying, Why are students with disabilities targeted, How to identify bullies and their victims, creating a school-wide program, What every teacher must do, What every … Continue reading

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