Collaboration of Parents and School Team Members to Increase Students with Disabilities' Overall Success.
|Holly, Megan Catherine
|Personal information was removed to protect the individual's privacy.
|This study explores the collaboration of parents and school team members to increase students with disabilities' overall success. The subjects chosen to participate are from Albion Elementary School, consisting of ten students, five teachers and three parents. Each participant completed a yes/no checklist containing question regarding behavior charts, communication, backpacks and homework. These checklists were collected and analyzed. Results from the data collected indicate that students do not have the same viewpoint as parents and educators regarding their backpacks being checked after school. These findings lay a foundation for future research to further explore students, parents and educators perceptions and viewpoints and how they compare to each other.
|Parent Teacher Collaboration
|Collaboration of Parents and School Team Members to Increase Students with Disabilities' Overall Success.
|Education and Human Development
|Master of Science in Education (MSEd)
|Education and Human Development Master's Theses
|The College at Brockport