Pre-service Teachers' Attitudes Toward Integration: Does a Student Teacher Placement in an Integrated Classroom Make a Difference?

Pre-service Teachers' Attitudes Toward Integration: Does a Student Teacher Placement in an Integrated Classroom Make a Difference?

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The primary purpose of this study was to determine whether a student teaching placement in an integrated classroom would promote a positive change in pre-service teachers' attitude toward children with disabilities. Sixty-nine senior level pre-service teachers in early childhood education completing preschool student teaching participated in this study.special education, one that required a direct service component. Other related courses required for this program were guidance and management, diversity, child development, observing and recording childrena€Ÿs behaviors and various parentanbsp;...


Title:Pre-service Teachers' Attitudes Toward Integration: Does a Student Teacher Placement in an Integrated Classroom Make a Difference?
Author: Sherri L. Theaker
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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