M2ECCA: A Framework for Inclusion in the Context of Standards-Based Reform

Voltz, Deborah L.; Sims, Michele Jean; Nelson, Betty; Bivens, Carmelita
May 2005
Teaching Exceptional Children;May/Jun2005, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p14
Academic Journal
Discusses the elements and processes involved M[sup 2]ECCA, a framework for inclusion in the context of standards-based reform in special education in the U.S. Student cognitive style; Guiding instructions; Student evaluation. INSET: What Is Universal Design for Learning?.


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