Gorski pothini 2018 p 70 ms stiston and ms foster are

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Ms. Foster are not on the same page when it comes to giving Aiden what he needs to be successful during the “surprise” fire drill.Ms. Stinson is special education teacher that advocates on behalf of their students on a daily basis. Ms. Foster is also a teacher who would tell you the same thing. Both teachers have their student’s best interest at heart. Ms. Stinson with Aiden’s parent request and advice for drills and Ms. Foster for the other students in the classroom to have an authentic experience (Gorski & Pothini, 2018).The biases, in this case, are those of Ms. Stinson, wanting to honor the parents request of a new student with an IEP and Ms. Foster in that she feels that the more authentic a drill is, the more prepared her students would be in the real situation (Gorski & Pothini, 2018, pg 70).There are many different perspectives to take into consideration for this case study. The perspective of Ms. Stinson is that Ms. Foster is unwilling to allow accommodation for Aiden in the classroom for drills. Ms. Foster’s perspective is that just recently she had gone to Ms. Stinson with concerns about Aiden’s goals on his IEP; when these concerns were addressed, she

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