Accessing the general curriculum: including students with disabilities in standards-based reform
Give your students access to the general curriculum and find better ways to assess their progress! How is your special-education curriculum impacted by the requirements of IDEA and NCLB? In this second edition of the best-selling Accessing the General Curriculum, Nolet and McLaughlin present updated frameworks for: Relating disabilities to academic performance Designing alternate assessment tools Linking goals, objectives, and benchmarks to state assessment criteria Affording special education students accommodations and modifications to their individual curriculum will improve their performance, enhance your ability to help them advance, and correct the evaluation of their progress throughout their academic career.
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The Nature of Curriculum
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