We need your help! We are conducting a research study (eIRB#7242) entitled, “Teaching Science to Students with Disabilities: A Survey of Teacher Preparedness and Attitudes.” This voluntary, anonymous survey will help provide insights into science teachers’ preparation, needs, and views regarding teaching students with disabilities. By conducting this study, we hope to better understand how well-prepared science teachers are in assisting students with disabilities and to determine strategies that may support teachers in engaging and educating these students.
Your expertise as a science educator is invaluable to this study. The anonymous online survey will take between 15-20 minutes to complete. We know you are very busy but hope you will consider lending your time and expertise to this important endeavor. We invite all K-12 science teachers to participate by clicking here: (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ScienceAndDisabilities). Once you begin the survey you may exit it at any time. If you wish to continue where you left off you may click the link provided to complete the survey.
Your participation is important for helping educators, administrators, government agencies, and your science teaching organization to determine needs in this area and to develop strategies to assist teachers in providing meaningful science education to all students.
For more information regarding any facet of this research please contact:
Sami Kahn email@example.com or Dr. Anna Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org.