Access to the Curriculum
Educating students with significant cognitive disabilities and intensive needs is a challenging task. It is important that professionals expect success, and plan and program for that success. This 4-part series proposes solutions for the challenges that accompany the education of students with intensive disabilities. Planning, instruction, and implementation of appropriate strategies are key. This series introduces a planning framework and tools designed to build confidence and competence of all stakeholders as they work to educate this diverse student population.
Access to the Curriculum - Part 1
Learn to build dispositions to addresses the challenges that accompany the education of students with intensive disabilities.
Access to the Curriculum - Part 2
Develop appropriate lesson plans, design environments, and learn about curriculum access for students with intensive disabilities.
Access to the Curriculum - Part 3
Explore assistive technology and other instructional tools to help students with intensive disabilities get the most out of instruction.