Self-Determination for Students with Intellectual Disabilities and Why I Want Educators to Know What It Means

This article argues that in order to have truly democratic classrooms, self-determination is a tool that must be tought to students with disabilities as a way of increasing these students' means of self-expression and decision-making.

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Susan Unok Marks

Publication Date: 
Septmember 2008
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The Phi Delta Kappan
Citation: 
Susan Unok Marks, Self-Determination for Students with Intellectual Disabilities and Why I Want Educators to Know What It Means, 90 The Phi Delta Kappan 1, 55-58 (Sep. 2008).
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