Reflective Thinking: Considering the Intersection of Microcultures in IEP Planning and Implementation
A person’s microcultures—including various traits, values, experiences, and beliefs—influence identities and help individuals make sense of the world. The intersection of an individual’s microcultures (how microcultures interact and influence each other), such as disability, race, language, gender identity, sexuality, and religion, plays a key role in educating students with disabilities.
Rowe, Dawn A. and Francis, Grace L., "Reflective Thinking: Considering the Intersection of Microcultures in IEP Planning and Implementation" (2020). ETSU Faculty Works. 619.