Assuming Competence: Philosophical Basis for Research in Access to the General Curriculum
Using best-practices and supports that apply the least dangerous assumption (LDA) is a powerful tool for increasing overall student quality of life and keeping alive a vision of high achievement for all students. This presentation will focus on research and evidence based strategies to promote the LDA for students with significant disabilities regarding accessing personally relevant academic instruction with meaningful student centered outcomes. OBJECTIVES: By the end of this session, participants will be able to: a) identify four criteria to promote Least Dangerous Assumption b) discuss ways to successfully implement the four criteria in their classroom to meet the needs of a wide range of diverse students with significant disabilities c) identify resources that incorporate these four criteria and are applicable to students from diverse backgrounds
Jimenez, Bree; and Mims, Pamela J.. 2015. Assuming Competence: Philosophical Basis for Research in Access to the General Curriculum. Oral presentation. 2015 TASH Conference, Portland, OR. http://sched.co/46Yq
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