Primary Advisor/Dissertation Chair
Secondary Advisor/Reader One
This paper explores a business model called Four Disciplines of Execution to help create collaboration between ESL and different departments that dually service two children. A case study was used to collect information through pre and post questionnaire in an addition to weekly progress data. The teachers used the Four Discipline of Execution to guide the collaboration through finding a common goal for the dually serviced student, assigning each teacher an objective toward that goal, keeping a scoreboard to watch progress and holding each teacher accountable to the agreed upon goal.
ESL/ELLs, Special Education, collaboration
Graham, Cynthia Ann, "Coordinating Collaboration For An ELL / Special Education Student" (2015). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 236.