Presentation Title

A Research Study of the Correlation Between Student Self-Advocacy and Postsecondary Success

Presentation Type

Poster

Full Name of Faculty Mentor

Rhonda Miller, Foundations, Curriculum and Instruction

Major

Special Education

Presentation Abstract

My project will be a replication of a study previously done, "Self-Advocacy Instruction to Teach High School Seniors With Mild Disabilities to Access Accommodations in College". This research was done by Debra G. Holzberg, PhD, David W. Test, PhD, and Dana E. Rusher, MA. The study was implemented to examine "the effects of Self-Advocacy and Conflict Resolution instruction on the ability of four high school seniors with mild disabilities" (Holzberg, D. and Rusher, D. 2019). I will be compiling student data using the same surveys used in the above study. I will reflect and analyze survey responses as my sample size and student demographics will be different. Replicating the other factors in this study will allow for reliable, valid, and standardized data.

Location

Poster Session 2

Start Date

22-4-2021 4:30 PM

End Date

22-4-2021 6:30 PM

Disciplines

Special Education and Teaching

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A Research Study of the Correlation Between Student Self-Advocacy and Postsecondary Success

Poster Session 2

My project will be a replication of a study previously done, "Self-Advocacy Instruction to Teach High School Seniors With Mild Disabilities to Access Accommodations in College". This research was done by Debra G. Holzberg, PhD, David W. Test, PhD, and Dana E. Rusher, MA. The study was implemented to examine "the effects of Self-Advocacy and Conflict Resolution instruction on the ability of four high school seniors with mild disabilities" (Holzberg, D. and Rusher, D. 2019). I will be compiling student data using the same surveys used in the above study. I will reflect and analyze survey responses as my sample size and student demographics will be different. Replicating the other factors in this study will allow for reliable, valid, and standardized data.

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