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Techaviratanakul, D. & Murawski, W.W. (2011, Winter). Collaboration between Educational Therapists and their Potential School Partners. The Educational Therapist, 32(1), 9-10, 16-17.

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This article describes a study that investigated preK-12 school personnel's (N=135) background knowledge and opinions regarding educational therapists (ETs) and the effect those opinions have on subsequent collaboration between school personnel and ETs. Results showed that school personnel had limited knowledge and experiences with ETs but were amenable to those collaborations.

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Techaviratanakul, D. & Murawski, W.W. (2012). Educational therapists seek to be healers in times of tight budgets. Kappan, 93(5), 48-50.

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As funding cuts require schools to do more with less, one main concern is how to continue high-quality learning. That’s an ever-more difficult proposition where students who have any of a variety of learning difficulties are involved. In such situations an educational therapist can be helpful.This article describes what educational therapy is and how educational therapists (ET) can be helpful in collaborating with schools.

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