Abstract

This study investigates benefits of in-service training on LDS primary teachers' ability to state an objective, obtain and keep attention, use wait time, incorporate active participation, teach to the multiple intelligences, and employ positive behavior management techniques. Two groups of 30 viewed either a video-tape or read a handout. Pre and post surveys were used to determine mean gain.
Using an ANCOVA, comparisons were made of overall mean gain for each group. Results showed participants made a gain of approximately 1/2 point per question on a 4-point scale on the video and the handout (video gain = .6032 p<.01; handout gain = .6264 p<.01). The results of this study support the hypothesis that teachers receiving one in-service will increase their perception of their ability to teach students with special needs.

Degree

MS

College and Department

David O. McKay School of Education; Counseling Psychology and Special Education

Rights

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Date Submitted

2004-08-01

Document Type

Thesis

Handle

http://hdl.lib.byu.edu/1877/etdm637

Keywords

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Teachers, Training, Children with disabilities, Mormon Church

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