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This study was an examination of the nature of change in teachers' beliefs and practices over the course of their participation in a three-year collaborative project. The results suggest that teacher change is a long-term process, evolving from an early focus on enacting activities, to an...
Inclusive education for students with disabilities, as a component of school reform, is increasingly connecting to efforts to integrate diverse students in general education classes. These include students who are gifted and talented, who have limited English speaking abilities, and who are from...
This issue's Associate Editor's Exchange is meant to continue the discussion initiated by Deborah Voltz in the Winter 1998 TESE and push some of the deeper challenges related to special education's role in the larger sociocultural context of the education system. In this article, Barbara Seidl...
In this paper, we describe our efforts to transform the early childhoad education major and the early childhood special education major into a single unified major. This unified major is intended to prepare early childhood educators to address competently the educational needs of botb children...
Teachers' beliefs, attitudes, expectations, and biases have been cited as a major factor in the overrepresentation of minority children within special education placements. This article presents six common myths about black children that are held by many white teacher education students. Teacher...
We studied the first cohort to graduate from a collaborative elementary/special education teacher education program at the University of Florida. The program was federally funded, and the curriculum was created by requiring elementary majors to take additional special education courses. However,...
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