The purpose of this study was to determine the general education teachers’ attitude regarding the use in their classes of assistive technology by students with learning disabilities. A five-point Likert scale was used for this study. The participants were general education teachers from elementary and secondary schools in a southwest region on the Gulf Coast of Texas. The survey helped gather information to determine the attitudes of general education teachers regarding the use of assistive technology by students with learning disabilities in their classes. The hypothesis was that general education teacher’ attitudes would be positive towards students with learning disabilities using assistive technology in their classes. The hypothesis was supported by the results of the study.
Garcia, K. D.,
& Seevers, R. L.
General Education Teachers' Attitude Regarding the Use in Their Classes of Assistive Technology by Students with Learning Disabilities,
Electronic Journal for Inclusive Education, 1