All five of the participants in this study were Caucasian female general education teachers with less than five years of experience. The researcher conducted two interviews with each participant; one set of interviews occurred in December while the other set took place in March. Components of effective teams identified by Larson and LaFasto (1989) and Blanchard, Carew, a Parisi-Carew (1990) were used as the basis to study and build collaboration between general education and special education teachers working within in-class support settings.She then handed me a stack of papers and told me I could grade them while she discussed the parts of the essay with the class. At first I sat down and thought a she does not know any bettera and was going to grade the papers, but we had justanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Autoethnographic Study of Team Building and Collaboration Between General Education and Special Education Teachers Working in an In-class Support Setting|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|