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Self-efficacy theorists contend that individuals pursue activities and situations in which they feel competent and avoid those in wbich they do not. Teacher efficacy beliefs, that is, teachers' perceptions of their own teaching competence, have been found to influence a myriad of teachers'...
The perspectives of 21 parents/caregivers (15 families) were explored through the use of semi-structured in-depth qualitative interviews. Their children with disabilities were in inclusive settings. Children were primarily of early elementary age; attended urban, suburban, and rural schools; and...
Research addressing the attitudes, beliefs, and understandings regarding inclusion of teachers who currently teach in inclusive settings is notably lacking in the professional literature. This investigation addressed this topic, as 46 teacbers who were teaching in inclusive settings were...
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