Resource Room Teachers' use of Strategies that Promote the Success of Handicapped Students in Regular Classrooms

  title={Resource Room Teachers' use of Strategies that Promote the Success of Handicapped Students in Regular Classrooms},
  author={Nancy Glomb and Daniel P. Morgan},
  journal={The Journal of Special Education},
  pages={221 - 235}
The purposes of this survey were to determine the extent to which resource room teachers use strategies that promote the success of handicapped students in regular classrooms and to identify variables that may affect the successful implementation of those strategies. Teachers were asked to indicate the extent to which they currently use 19 strategies that have been associated in the literature with promoting the success of handicapped students in regular classrooms. Common barriers to effective… Expand

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