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Jessica Kubik, EXE 364: Educating Students with Severe Disabilities
Faculty Mentor: Professor Lynne Sommerstein, Exceptional Education
This presentation includes the standards and activities of a 11th-grade unit plan that are designed to be adaptable to teach a student with significant disabilities in a general education English classroom. Using a student whose family I have interviewed about many aspects of her life, I have determined the long- and short-term goals that would be best to focus on to allow for more possibilities in her future. The activities for the 11th graders have been developed not only to suit their needs but will also allow her to meet her IEP goals, while being engaged with typically developing peers of similar age--all while using modified, age-appropriate materials.
Kubik, Jessica, "An Inclusive Perspective of a Student with Significant Disabilities in the General Education Classroom" (2020). Education. 22nd Annual Student Research and Creativity Conference. SUNY Buffalo State.