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09-29-09%20JP%20Chapter%209 - Chapter 9 Facilitating Skill...

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Chapter 9 Facilitating Skill Acquisition During General Education Academic Subjects, Electives & Other Activities
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Overview… A key to successful inclusion is to link students with general education curriculum by using his/her gifts, strengths, & present skill level to achieve this linkage.( Jackson & Wimberley, 1993) Connectivity w/general curriculum occurs concurrently w/socialization; it must never be seen as secondary or incidental to meeting a student’s “social” needs/goals. With the standards-based reform in our country, educators will have to look at individual learning differences to design curriculum/assessments.
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Overview… Students should not have to “earn” his/her right to be included. (Or struggle to maintain his/her right. ) Teachers/administrators must make it a viable possibility. Educators must find ways to capitalize on student’s present capabilities. (And use them as a catalyst for curriculum participation.) Teachers must facilitate 5 levels of inclusion: ( p. 152) Physical Social Activity Content Extended
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