Help Train Teachers! Participate in This Distance Learning Study by Dr. Amy Hanreddy!

Dr. Amy Hanreddy, whom many of us at Undivided know through her contributions to our community and our Live Chats, is continuing her research into how students with significant support needs are being impacted by distance learning and campus closures, and we can participate in her latest study!

A white teenage girl in a brown, black, and white-striped sweater with short brown hair and glasses sits on a bed and types on a laptop.
A white teenage girl in a brown, black, and white-striped sweater with short brown hair and glasses sits on a bed and types on a laptop.

Dr. Hanreddy and her team at CSUN want to hear from parents of children with significant support needs who have been engaged in distance learning education in spring 2020 and/or fall 2020. All you have to do is answer some questions about what you and your child need and want from your schools, so that educators and administrators can understand how to improve accessibility for students in virtual classrooms. Moreover, your answers can help design teacher training sessions so that future educators are prepared to help students with significant support needs, which is especially important as no one can predict when it will be safe for students and staff to return to campus. 

Click here to participate in this CSUN study, and share the link with any parents or caregivers of distance learning students younger than 22 who may want to share their experiences, too!

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