Online Learning and Students with Disabilities: Parent Perspectives
Journal of Interactive Online Learning Volume 13, Number 2 ISSN 1541-4914
While research has been conducted on parental involvement in K-12 online learning, none of this research relates specifically to the parents of students with disabilities. Thus, researchers developed a survey around the following constructs: parental roles, instruction and assessment, communication and support from the school, and parental challenges. Researchers then distributed the survey to parents who had a child with a disability enrolled in an online setting. This article describes the survey findings based on 119 qualified responses from across the United States. In general, parents were pleased with the outcomes that their children were experiencing in online learning, but some issues still exist for educating students with disabilities within this environment.
Burdette, P.J. & Greer, D.L. Online Learning and Students with Disabilities: Parent Perspectives. Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 13(2), 67-88.
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