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Open Access Thesis
Special education -- Middle West -- Evaluation; Elementary school teachers -- Middle West -- Attitudes; Middle West; Academic theses;
Teacher acceptance of the pre-referral process can have a significant effect on students in the classroom. This study examined upper elementary teachers perceptions of the pre-referral process. The pre-referral process was observed and upper elementary teachers were interviewed. Four themes related to upper elementary teachers' perception of the pre-referral process were identified: (a) decisions about referral, (b) impact of referral, (c), frustrations, and (d) suggestions for improvement. The limitations of the study and recommendations for future research and practice are discussed.
Year of Submission
Specialist in Education
Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations
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©2008 Lyndi Meyer
Meyer, Lyndi, "Upper elementary teachers' perception of the pre-referral process" (2008). Dissertations and Theses @ UNI. 1140.
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