Teachers’ perspective on the student-teacher relationship infemale students with autism spectrum disorder

Summary: 
The purpose of the study is to further investigate teachers’ perspective on the student-teacher relationship quality with female students with autism spectrum disorder and the potential factors that are associated with the relationship quality (i.e., teacher and student characteristics). This will be done through a one-time 15-20 minute online survey that participants (i.e., teachers) will complete.

Researchers: 
Melissa Lazo & Dr. William McKee

Who can participate: 
Full-time elementary school teachers who are: 1) Currently teaching in a mainstream/inclusive school in Canada (with the exception of those residing and teaching full-time in the province of Quebec), 2) Proficient in English, and 3) Teaching in an inclusive/mainstream classroom that has at least one female student with autism spectrum disorder.

What’s involved: 
Participants will complete a one-time 15-20 minute online survey. The survey will involve questions about: 1) Teacher characteristics (e.g., training, work experience), 2) Student characteristics (e.g., autism spectrum disorder symptoms), and 3) The teacher’s relationship with a female student with autism spectrum disorder in their classroom.

Compensation:
Participants will be provided with the opportunity to participate in a draw to win a $20 gift card.

Interested in participating:  
Please email Melissa Lazo & Dr. William McKee here to participate.

Deadline:
March 31, 2022

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