Traumatic brain injury teacher knowledge and skills
Date of Award
Ed.S. in School Psychology
School of Education and Health Sciences
Advisor: Susan Davies
This survey examines teacher knowledge of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Previous research has indicated teachers lack adequate knowledge of TBI. Also, students with TBI often go without special education services as a result of under-identification of TBI as a disability category within schools. The present survey examines teachers' knowledge, skills, and training related to TBI. Participant responses reveal that teachers are only somewhat knowledgeable about TBI and the majority of respondents had not received training on TBI. Results reveal that teachers with TBI training are significantly more knowledgeable than those without training.
Brain-damaged children Identification, Children with disabilities Identification, Special education teachers Training, Teachers of brain-damaged children Training, Students Health and hygiene Diagnosis, Brain damage Diagnosis
Copyright 2011, author
Walk, Alexandra Elizabeth, "Traumatic brain injury teacher knowledge and skills" (2011). Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 339.