Volume 38 | Issue 4 | Spring 2013 | “Education and Empowerment”
The topic of this is issue is what should serve as educational standards for students with significant disabilities. Lou Brown argues that standards should lead to functional outcomes, Michael Brady says let’s not forget about individualization and McDonnell, Hunt, Jackson, and Ryndak say there is merit in a blended curriculum approach based on person-centered planning that should include functional outcomes as well as academic skills.
- Lou Brown, Educational Standards for Students with Significant Intellectual Disabilities.
- Michael P. Brady, Plastics, Standards, and the Need to Return to Individualized Planning: A Commentary on "Educational Standards for students with Significant Intellectual Disabilities".
- Anthony M. Rodriguez, Teaching Algebra to People with Developmental Disabilities: The Practice, Pitfalls, and Promise of Taking Risks in the Classroom.
- John McDonnell, Pam Hunt, Lewis Jackson, Diane Ryndak, Educational Standards for Students with Significant Intellectual Disabilities: A Response to Lou Brown.