Date of Award
Thesis and Dissertation
Master of Science (MS)
Department of Special Education
Christina M. Borders
Many schools are using consultation in order to provide students with disabilities adequate services mandated by IDEA (2004). However, consultation is only effective if consultee's implement treatment plans with high levels of treatment integrity (Noell et al., 2005 & Sanetti & Kratochwill, 2008). There are many factors that influence consultee's treatment integrity. The current study examines teacher respondent's answers to the Evaluating Factors that Influence Treatment Integrity During Consultation Survey. Results indicate the teacher consultee's believe peer educational consultants to have more knowledge in the area of behavior. Further results indicate that there are up to 19 factors that teacher's rate as important in the consultation process.
Arms, Jennifer Ann, "Evaluating Factors that Influence Treatment Integrity During Peer Consultation" (2014). Theses and Dissertations. 97.