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Exploring the Adaptability of the Teach-ABI eLearning Module in High School Educators


Summary

The research team at Holland Bloorview developed an e-Learning module called Teach ABI. This module is created for educators to support students with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). The objective is to raise Ontario educators’ awareness and knowledge of ABI and promote positive outcomes for children with ABI in the education system.


Researcher(s)

Dr. Shannon Scratch 


Call to action

We are looking to recruit high school teachers, educator trainees and/or registered educators that work within the high school setting to complete an e-Learning module and give us their feedback in a semi-structured interview.


Who can participate

Participants must be registered high school educators with the Ontario College of Teachers, educator trainees in accredited programs eligible to teach at the intermediate (grades 7-10) and senior (grades 11-12) levels, or educational assistants working in a high school setting.


Funding agency

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Insight Development Grant


What's involved

Study participants will attend an online session for two hours via the video conferencing platform Zoom. The session will involve completing the Teach-ABI module. Participants will complete an exit interview so the team can better understand your experience with the module.


Deadline


Interested in participating

If you are interested in participating in this study or have additional questions, please contact Hiba Hakeem at halhakeem@hollandbloorview.ca with your interest, and she will get back to you shortly. Contacting us does not obligate you to participate in the study.


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