In order to inform researchers' and professional development providers' understanding of what practices Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) teachers are likely to use to improve outcomes for young children with autism, Maria Hugh, a doctoral candidate at the University of Minnesota, is seeking ECSE teachers to participate in a brief, web-based survey.
Here are some details:
Who: We need Early Childhood Special Education teachers who are working in 3-5-year-old classrooms of any type and have at least one student with autism they currently work with or have worked with this school year.
What: A web-based survey that takes approximately 30-min. to complete
Why: To help inform researchers and professional development providers support teachers in using practices that are likely to be effective and that teachers prefer. Participants who complete the survey will receive a $30 e-gift card.
When: The survey will be open until April 30 (or until 300 participants have completed it)
How: By Clicking on this link to take the screener to see if you're eligible: https://z.umn.edu/autismpracticeselectionscreener
If you are eligible, you will receive a unique link to the survey within one day.
Where: Wherever works for you!
You can find more information on the study on the website: https://z.umn.edu/autismpracticeselection