Welcome to Room 128!. Inclusion Practices for Students with Cerebral Palsy. Linda Dixon EDLE 6322 Summer 2010. Introduction. This presentation seeks to answer these questions: How can I help students with disabilities reach their potential?
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Inclusion Practices for
Students with Cerebral Palsy
This presentation seeks to answer these questions:
(President’s Committee on the Employment of People with Disabilities, 1994)
“Authentic membership, full participation, reciprocal social relationship and learning to high standards in age-appropriate general education classrooms with supports” (Jorgensen, 2009)
When students with disabilities are included in the regular classroom, they have shown--
When students with disabilities are included in the regular classroom,