Relationship of Teacher Training Levels to Teacher Referrals for Twice Exceptional Students

@inproceedings{Jones2011RelationshipOT,
  title={Relationship of Teacher Training Levels to Teacher Referrals for Twice Exceptional Students},
  author={Robin Ann Jones},
  year={2011}
}
Relationship of Teacher Training Levels to Teacher Referrals for Twice Exceptional Students by Robin A. Jones MSCIS, Boston University MCPM, Boston University Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy General Education Psychology Walden University November 2014 Abstract Although previous studies have acknowledged the role of teacher training in working with children with special needs, none have investigated the relationship between… CONTINUE READING

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