Resources for Involving Students in Their IEP Process

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  • Walker A
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Research continues to document the lack of widespread classroom implementation of self-determination instruction. One reason given for why self-determination skills are not being taught is the lack of readily available and affordable instructional resources. The IEP process is one vehicle that all teachers can use to teach self-determination. Research has demonstrated that students with disabilities can participate in each stage, including planning, drafting, meeting to revise the draft, and implementing the plan. This article provides an overview of student involvement in the IEP process and describes "no-cost" resources that teachers can use to involve their students in the IEP process. (Contains 2 tables.)

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  • Disabilities
  • Individualized Education Programs
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  • Nicole M Uphold

  • Allison R Walker

  • David W Test

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