Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling
Karen Hager Martinez
This study examines general education teacher perceptions of IEP accommodations and their suggestions for relevant training to support diverse learner needs. Accommodations have been defined as adaptations or changes to educational environments and practices designed to help students overcome challenges presented by their disabilities. An electronic survey was sent to general education teachers across the four high schools in Cache County School District. The survey included a variety of questions regarding teachers’ perceptions of accommodations and their involvement in the IEP process. The results showed a variety of explanations and expand the knowledge base of various perceptions of this important aspect of the IEP process.
Johnson, Riley, "Examining General Education Teacher Perceptions of Individualized Education Program Accommodations" (2021). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 1618.
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