The perception of special teachers in Saudi Middle and High school about co-teaching
PublisherState University of New York College at Fredonia
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SubjectSpecial education teachers---Saudi Arabia---Case studies
AbstractThe purpose of this quantitative study was to examine the perception of special education teachers about co-teaching in two areas that are teachers practice and effectiveness of co-teaching for students with learning disabilities at Saudi Arabian middle and high schools. The participants were 43 special education teachers who have experience in co-teaching class. The data was collected by online survey. The one result of this study concluded co-teachers at middle and high schools in the Riyadh region of Saudi Arabia did not implement the co-teaching approach as best practices of co-teaching are documented in the literature. One strong finding was that co-teachers did not share the planning and instruction responsibilities. Another finding showed that teachers perceived there were positive effects on academic performance and behavior for students with learning disabilities in a co-taught classroom. [from abstract]
Description1 online resource (vi, 74 pages) : illustrations.
- Master's Theses 
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