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Peeples, Katherine N.; Hirsch, Shanna Eisner; Gardner, Stephanie J.; Keeley, Randa G.; Sherrow, Breanna L.; McKenzie, Jennifer M.; Randall, Kristina N.; Romig, John Elwood; Kennedy, Michael J. – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2019
High-quality, effective vocabulary instruction is essential for supporting all students' academic success, and it is particularly important for students with disabilities. Teacher preparation programs are faced with the challenge of not only training preservice teachers to provide effective vocabulary instruction across grades and content areas,…
Descriptors: Multimedia Instruction, Feedback (Response), Instructional Improvement, Preservice Teachers
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Love, Hailey R.; Horn, Eva; An, Zhe – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2019
Making data-based decisions is a pervasive expectation for educators and is linked to improved outcomes for students. Observational data collection for progress monitoring, in particular, can help educators track and support students' progress toward individualized educational goals in inclusive settings. Yet, many educators struggle with data…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Data Collection, Observation, Early Childhood Teachers
Kennedy, Michael J.; Rodgers, Wendy J.; Romig, John Elwood; Mathews, Hannah Morris; Peeples, Katherine N. – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2018
Improving inclusive middle school science teachers' vocabulary instruction is a critical step toward helping those professionals support the learning needs of all students. In this Institute of Education Sciences (IES)-funded project, inclusive science teachers received professional development using elements of a multimedia-based approach called…
Descriptors: Middle School Teachers, Science Teachers, Vocabulary, Faculty Development
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Tekin-Iftar, Elif; Collins, Belva C.; Spooner, Fred; Olcay-Gul, Seray – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2017
The researchers in this study used a multiple baseline design across dyads to examine the effects of professional development with coaching to train general education teachers to use a simultaneous prompting procedure when teaching academic core content to students with autism and the effects of the procedure on the students' outcomes. Three…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Coaching (Performance), Teaching Methods
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Kennedy, Michael J.; Alves, Kat D.; Miciak, Jeremy; Romig, John; Mathews, Hannah Morris; Thomas, Cathy Newman – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2016
Content Acquisition Podcasts for Teachers (CAP-T) are a form of multimedia-based instruction that are supported by an empirical record of effectiveness and are grounded in Mayer's cognitive theory of multimedia learning and accompanying instructional design principles. In this study, 162 students enrolled in an introductory course in special…
Descriptors: Multimedia Materials, Instructional Design, Educational Principles, Introductory Courses
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Vince Garland, Krista M.; Holden, Kara; Garland, Dennis Patrick – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2016
One of the challenges facing educators who teach students with autism spectrum disorders is implementing evidence-based practices (EBPs) with fidelity. One EBP used to help such learners in acquiring targeted behavioral or academic skills is prompting. In this study, the authors examine the efficacy of individualized clinical coaching (ICC) of…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Beginning Teachers, Graduate Students, Autism
Billingsley, Glenna M.; Scheuermann, Brenda K. – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2014
Teacher educators of pre-service teachers of students with special needs face challenges in providing the unique knowledge and skills required of highly qualified special education teachers. The emerging use of various forms of virtual technology, however, offers realistic solutions to these problems. This systematic review of literature examines…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Special Education Teachers, Teacher Education, Educational Opportunities
Brown, Phillip; Stephenson, Jennifer; Carter, Mark – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2014
Over the last decade, the obligation of general and special educators to utilize evidence-based instructional practices has become more prominent. Research increasingly suggests the failure of didactic teacher training alone to ensure implementation with fidelity of these practices by teachers in their classrooms. Multicomponent training (MCT)…
Descriptors: Severe Disabilities, Teaching Methods, Special Education Teachers, Best Practices
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Lee, Changnam; Picanco, Kathryn E. – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2013
The purpose of this article is to examine and analyze current instructional practices in relation to the phases of learning so that K-12 teachers can use those practices effectively to accommodate students' diverse needs in learning. In the analysis, the authors focus on the proper uses of instructional methods to maximize students' learning…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Individualized Instruction, Educational Change, Learning Theories
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Sebald, Ann – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2013
Seventy-six teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing within a western state of the United States were surveyed to explore their perceptions of the (a) importance of self-determination, (b) skills taught to students, (c) skills used by students, and (d) benefits associated with teaching self-determination. Results indicated that teachers believed…
Descriptors: Self Determination, Deafness, Partial Hearing, Skill Analysis
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Scheeler, Mary Catherine; McKinnon, Kathleen; Stout, Jonathan – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2012
University faculty and supervisors dedicated to the preparation of future teachers are facing more challenges than ever before in doing more with less. This includes supervising more preservice teachers in more schools, spread out over a wide geographic area. Feedback is essential to learning, and recent research suggests that the most effective…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Preservice Teachers, Distance Education, Preservice Teacher Education
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Kim, Eun-Joo; Vail, Cynthia – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2011
This study examines preservice teachers' perspectives on family involvement in special education and effective teaching methods for delivering family-involvement content. Eighty-three preservice teachers provided data on pre- and postadministrations of a questionnaire. The effectiveness of two methods, a video and a guest speaker, in delivering…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Teacher Effectiveness, Family Involvement
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Kennedy, Michael J.; Hart, Juliet E.; Kellems, Ryan O. – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2011
Teacher education programs are limited in terms of available face-to-face instructional time for preparing general education teacher candidates to work with students with exceptionalities. Given this constraint, developing innovative use of technologies may assist in meeting the demand for highly qualified teachers for such students. In this…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, General Education, Teacher Education Programs, Course Content
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Capizzi, Andrea M.; Wehby, Joseph H.; Sandmel, Karin N. – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2010
In this study, the authors evaluate the efficacy of videotape analysis with structured expert consultation and self-evaluation to improve teacher candidates' instructional delivery. A single-case, multiple-baseline, across-participants design was used to evaluate lesson components, rate of praise statements, and rate of opportunities to respond…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Mentors, Preservice Teachers, Self Evaluation (Individuals)
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Lengyel, Linda; Vernon-Dotson, Lisa – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2010
Case methodology is receiving more recognition in the field of education as a viable pedagogy for use in the preparation of future educators. In this article, the coauthors explore two examples of case method instruction that extend beyond university classrooms to field sites: case report and case study. Both examples were used in special…
Descriptors: Multiple Disabilities, Behavior Disorders, Special Education Teachers, Special Education
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