Promoting Access to the General Curriculum by Teaching Self-Determination Skills

Argues for self-determination for students with disabilities, and that "promoting self-determination linked to standards is an entry point to ensuring access to the general curriculum for all students, including students with severe disabilities."

Author(s): 

Palmer, Susan B., Michael L. Wehmeyer, Krista Gipson, Martin Agran

Publication Date: 
2004
Publisher: 
Exceptional Children
Citation: 
Susan B. Palmer, et al., Promoting Access to the General Curriculum by Teaching Self-Determination Skills, 70 Exceptional Children 4, 427-439 (2004).
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