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Proceedings of NCSET institute held on April 13, 2004 in New Orleans, LA



School-Based Strategies for Supporting Student Development of Self-Determination Skills in the Context of Leadership and Standards-Based Reform

April 13, 2004
New Orleans, LA

About this institute . . .

On April 13, 2004, the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) and the National Center on Secondary Education and Transition (NCSET) co-sponsored a Capacity Building Institute on School-Based Strategies for Supporting Student Development of Self-Determination Skills in the Context of Leadership and Standards-Based Reform to present some of the latest developments in the field of secondary education and transition. The day included reflective dialogue around:

  • The knowledge base concerning self-determination and its application to students with disabilities;
  • Large-scale implementation of self-determination; and
  • Assessing student self-determination skills, meaningfully involving students in the IEP process, and developing a self-determination curriculum that is responsive to cultural diversity.

Our intention for the workshop was to provide practical, useful information that had meaningful application in people’s daily work.

In the following proceedings you will find the Institute agenda, a summary of the Institute, and the speakers’ biographical information.

 

David R. Johnson, Director
NCSET


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