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Online Survey about Teacher Accountability

Lisa Elementary Teacher, New York

Hi everyone! My name is Lisa and I am a teacher in New York City. I am currently in the process of writing my thesis on how teachers feel about being held accountable for student grades. I did some research and I found this online community and based on the feedback and support I have seen, I decided to join. I would really like to hear everyone's opinion on this subject. The survey I have created takes about 10 minutes to complete and it is completely anonymous. Your participation will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22DWBTYXBJF

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Hi Lisa! I'd be happy to take

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Hi Lisa! I'd be happy to take your survey, if you would reciprocate and take mine! Thanks a million, and good luck!

Hello teachers! I am an

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Hello teachers! I am an intervention specialist from Ohio working on my Master's research thesis. I am researching the effects that prior-disability related training has on general education teacher attitudes toward inclusion. I have to survey teachers (general ed) in an anonymous, short survey found here: https://qtrial.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_e3EEHHIQAhW1P2Q

I attend Xavier University, and would love to have as many people participate as possible! If you could take 10 minutes of your crazy busy lives and help me, I would greatly appreciate it!
Please don't hesitate to ask any questions or email me with concerns. lnieberding@gmail.com or nieberdingl@xavier.edu

Sincerely,
Lindsey Nieberding

Informed Consent:

INFORMED CONSENT FORM

You are being given the opportunity to volunteer to participate in a project conducted through Xavier University, Special Education department, class EDSP 618. If you decide to participate in the project, please sign this form. If you have any questions at any time during or after the study, you may contact Lindsey Nieberding at nieberdingl@xavier.edu or (513) 309-1095 or Victoria Zascavage at zascavagev@xavier.edu or (513) 745-3481.

The purpose of this study is to see if there is a relationship between prior-disability training and teacher attitudes toward inclusion practices in the regular classroom. You have been selected as a subject of this study because you work with students in a regular education classroom with inclusionary practices.

You will receive an e-mail with a link to the survey in a few weeks. The survey consists of 30 questions that should take you 20-25 minutes to complete. By participating there are no risks to your health or well-being. The survey you complete will be completely anonymous. Your name, place of employment, or individual responses to questions will not be known. If you choose to participate, your responses and involvement will not be used for any other studies or any other assignments.

Refusal to participate in this study will have no effect on you. You are free to withdraw from the study at any time.

-- I have been given information about this research study and its risks and benefits and have had the opportunity to ask questions and to have my questions answered to my satisfaction. I freely give my consent to participate in this research project and to be recorded.

Participant understands that the completion of this survey implies consent and that to maintain confidentiality no signature will be required.

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