Understanding Educators’ Experiences Supporting Students with Learning and Attention Issues During Covid-19
By the Boston University Wheelock College of Education and Human Development CERES Institute for Children and Youth
The CERES Institute and the National Center for Learning Disabilities are partnering on a mixed methods research study to develop a deeper understanding of general educators’ experiences teaching students with learning and attention issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In order to gain deep insights into the educator experience, the CERES Institute team is fielding a national survey to a demographically and geographically diverse sample of educators twice in early 2021. The surveys will be complemented by a set focus groups with educators in which the educators can provide deeper insights into their experiences and also share their reactions to the analysis of the surveys. The findings from the project would be used to inform policymakers, advocates, and school administrators on ways to support general educators in their teaching of students with learning or attention issues.
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