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Chapter 6 Curriculum Content Identification Process: Rationale and Overview
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Access IDEA 1997 reauthorization makes the concept of access to the general curriculum prevalent in services for students with disabilities. IEP must include… a statement of measurable annual goals, including benchmarks, or short-term objectives, related to (1) meeting the child’s needs that result from the disability to enable the child to be involved/progress in the general curriculum.
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IEP Requirements IDEA further states that the IEP must include the following: a statement of the special education and related services/supplementary aides and services to be provided… and a statement of the program modifications or supports for school personnel that will be provided for the child.. To be involved/progress in the general curriculum and to participate in extracurricular/other nonacademic activities.
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General Ed. Experience 4 aspects of gen. ed. experience: Curriculum content Activities Settings Independent functioning across context.
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Activities should be: across settings logistical social extracurricular in nature.
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Settings…… General Education Experience should: include settings, both in/out of school.
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General Ed. Experience should:
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