Theses and Dissertations - UTB/UTPA
Effects of co-teaching on student participation and math success on students with learning disabilities in the general education classroom
Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Dr. Laura M. Saenz
Dr. Jo Ann Mitchell Burns
Dr. Marie Simonsson
A Numerous research studies have been conducted to determine the effects of inclusion on academics, few of these studies specify the method used. The purpose of this study was to determine whether co-teaching would increase student's participation in the regular math classroom. The study was conducted in a sixth-grade regular education classroom in which students with learning disabilities were included. The co-teaching consisted mostly of interactive teaching between the regular education and the special education teacher. The subjects were students identified with a learning disability in either math calculation or math reasoning. The results indicated that student participation was not negatively effected when co-teaching was introduced.
University of Texas-Pan American
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