Promoting Progress in the General Curriculum through Self-Advocacy
Special Education, Foundations and Technology
College of Education
The session describes a study evaluating the effectiveness of self-advocacy strategy instruction as a means of promoting progress in the general curriculum for secondary students with an intellectual disability. The data showed that students learned a self-advocacy strategy and demonstrated use of the strategy across the special and general education classroom setting. Results will be discussed.
Council for Exceptional Children 2013 Convention and Expo
San Antonio, TX
Schelling, Amy, "Promoting Progress in the General Curriculum through Self-Advocacy" (2013). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 1073.
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