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Call for Participants: Instructional Use & Teacher Perceived Effectiveness of Evidence-Based Reading

Call for Survey Participants: Instructional use and teacher perceived effectiveness of evidence-based reading comprehension interventions for learners with autism spectrum disorder


This research project seeks the participation of special education teachers (K-12th) who have worked with individuals with an eligibility of autism spectrum disorder during the last academic year.


The project is related to special education teachers' perceived effectiveness of evidence-based reading comprehension interventions for students with ASD through an examination of teacher preparedness, current instructional use, and administrative access and support. If you decide to participate, you will be asked a variety of questions examining evidence-based reading comprehension interventions for students with ASD. Your participation in this survey will be kept confidential. No identifiable information will be asked. You participation is completely voluntary, and the survey may be discontinued at any time.


To participate, you must identify as a K-12th special education teacher that has taught a student with ASD within the last academic year.


The survey will take about 15-20 minutes to complete. Please click here to participate.


Thank you in advance for your time and participation. The survey will be open until April 30th, 2023.


If you have any questions about this research, please contact Jasric Bland, M.A./Ed.S. at jbland1@memphis.edu or Dr. Beth Meisinger, PhD at bmsinger@memphis.edu.

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