What is FAS?: how schools can help prevent FAS and educational strategies teachers can use to increase students' success in school and adulthood
The research question addressed in this project was, do schools and educators know what FAS is? It documents the diagnostic history of fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), its prevalence and the symptoms that are shown by the population affected. The author included in this study resources for educators and schools to better serve those afflicted by FAS. It integrated methods to recognize fetal alcohol syndrome students, educational interventions and outlines for FAS prevention. The key influence for this project has been his adopted sister, Christina, who struggles with FAS every day of her life. The author developed this capstone into a resource for educators and schools with the intention to utilize the encompassing information to create a stand-alone brochure that can be placed in schools and district offices.
Jensen, Dorian M., "What is FAS?: how schools can help prevent FAS and educational strategies teachers can use to increase students' success in school and adulthood" (2009). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 781.
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