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Previous investigations suggest that in addition to positive attitudes toward inclusion, high-level beliefs about knowledge and learning (i.e., epistemological beliefs) are essential for all teachers of students with disabilities in inclusive settings. This study examined the attitudes toward inclusion and epistemological belief status of 71 pre-service general and special educators, along with the relationship between these variables.
Updated: Jul. 20, 2008
This study investigated the question, how do pre service teachers approach their learning in a unified teacher education program?Through extensive interviews with 14 participants over the course of two semesters, the researchers gained insight into the pre service teachers' learning process and related epistemological beliefs. By understanding these beliefs, teacher educators may be able to improve instruction and learning in teacher education.
Updated: Dec. 09, 2007