This chapter presents an exemplar of the write-up of the second main type of study which can be conducted where the central underlying principles are those of the symbolic interactionist theoretical approach within the interpretivist paradigm, namely, studies where the research question is formulated in terms of how participants ‘deal with’ ‘things’. The background to the study is the trend over the past 35 years towards the ‘inclusion’ of students with intellectual disabilities into the mainstream of education rather than having them educated in the separate environment of the special class or special school. This development has posed challenges for teachers and has also resulted in the generation of a research agenda.