Special Education Research: Where to Start?

Abstract

It’s important to use well-grounded research to make decisions regarding children with disabilities. But where to start unraveling the mysteries of the research that’s out there? Research isn’t something you can take off a shelf and apply blindly to your circumstances. There are many factors to consider before deciding that a specific research approach matches your situation, your students or teachers, your socio-economic setting, your local needs. This issue of NASET’s Practical Teacher will provide you with resources designed as a “Starter Kit” to research in general and the special education field in particular.

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