Special Education ETDs

 
The Special Education Program offers a range of rigorous degree and certificate programs at the undergraduate and graduate level. We prepare educators, leaders, and policy-makers who strive to assist individuals with exceptionalities and their families create personally satisfying lives across a variety of school and community settings. Our outstanding faculty have developed courses, degrees, and certificates that can meet your needs whether you are exploring special education for the first time, investigating a possible career change, or seeking advanced professional development.

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Dissertations

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THE SOCIAL VALIDATION OF BEHAVIORS INCLUDED IN THE CRITICAL EVENTS INDEX OF THE SYSTEMATIC SCREENING FOR BEHAVIOR DISORDERS IN MALE SAUDI ARABIA PRIMARY SCHOOLS, Emad Alwan

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EXPERIENCES OF TEACHERS USING AN IEP SOFTWARE PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES, Evan Borisinkoff

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"We walk that boundary. It's a tightrope." : A Grounded Theory Approach to the Experiences of Direct Support Professionals Who Work With People With Intellectual Disability and Possibly Sexualized Challenging Behavior, Jason Buckles

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Conversations with former students with intellectual disability and their families about their experiences in high school, Frances Robinson Duff

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The Role of Disability in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Amanda H. Heggen

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EVALUATION OF PREPARATION PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS SPECIALIZING IN LEARNING DISABILITIES IN SAUDI ARABIA, Omer Hussain

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Family Faculty Perceptions: Sharing Their Story, Erin Jarry

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A CASE STUDY USING LITERACY ASSESSMENT PORTFOLIOS WITH STUDENTS IDENTIFIED WITH DISABILITIES, Debbie Keiley

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Deliberate Response Falsification on Corresponding Subtests of Two Tests of Intelligence: Indicators for Simulating Mental Retardation, Denis William Keyes

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Reciprocal Relationships and Creative Expression in Literacy Learning: Ameliorating Disability Circumstances and Empowering Individuals, Laurel Ann Lane

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Cooperating Teachers' Experiences Mentoring Preservice Teachers, David H. Lewis

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Educational Leadership and its Impact on Life in Schools: A Critical Interpretation, Jessica Apgar McCord

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USING COLLABORATIVE WORK GROUPS TO IMPROVE TEACHERS USE OF EBPS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR, Deirdre Muldoon

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The Effects of a Narrative-Based Social Problem-Solving Intervention with High-Risk Adolescent Males, Kristine Karen Noel

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EXPECTATIONS AND ANTICIPATIONS OF MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS IN PREPARING THEIR STUDENTS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY FOR FUTURE ADULT ROLES INCLUDING THOSE AS PARTNER AND PARENT, Mette J. Pedersen

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"You have to care': Perceptions of supporting autonomy in support settings for adults with intellectual disability., Jami Petner-Arrey

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Preparing Teachers Who Can Effectively Assess Students with Disabilities, Karen M. Potter

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Experiences of Adults with Developmental Disability and a Teacher of Mathematics in the Money Club, Anthony Matthew Rodriguez

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An Investigation of Alternative Language Services (ALS) Received by English Language Learners (ELLs) Identified with a Disability, Christine Romero

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The Effects of Movie Time Social Learning on Emotion Recognition, Perspective Taking and Empathy in Children with Autism, James Fletcher Scott

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A Retrospective Study of Gay Gifted, Young Adult Males' Perceptions of Giftedness and Suicide, Paul James Sedillo

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The Relational Worlds of a Child with a Significant Disability, Clare K. Stott

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The Support and Encouragement for Expression of the Circle of Courage Values by Special Education Teachers, Daisy Thompson

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Socializing English-Speaking Navajo Children, Christine B. Vining

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Exploring the Experiences of African American students with learning disabilities in the post-secondary setting, George Williams Jr