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Item imageSelf-Determination/Third Gen. of the Inclusion Movement

Self-Determination, UDL, Access to the General Education Curriculum, and the Third Generation of the Inclusion Movement

Dr. Michael Wehmeyer proposes a framework for a third generation of practices within special education that will be needed if we are to keep the momentum from the past quarter century moving. This presentation introduces a model for educational planning that incorporates strategies and instruction to provide all students with access to the general education curriculum and to address each student's unique educational needs. This recording also examines the role of universal design for learning, self-determination, and student-directed learning in ensuring access to the general education curriculum and high quality educational outcomes for all students.

After viewing this program, you will be able to:
  • Describe the federal requirements pertaining to ensuring access to the general education curriculum for all students.
  • Design an educational program for all students that ensures the student needs pertaining to both the general education curriculum and unique learning needs are addressed.
  • Describe universal design for learning and the role of technology and pedagogy to promote access to the general education curriculum.
  • Define self-determination and understand its importance in the education of students receiving special education services.

Presented By:
Michael Wehmeyer, University of Kansas

Date of original program:
December 11, 2013

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