DCDT Transition in the Cloud One Day Symposium:Self-Determined Model of Instruction
From Stacie Dojonovic Schutzman on August 22nd, 2020
Sheida Raley Assistant Research Professor, Kansas University, Karrie Shogren Professor and Senior Scientist, University of Kansas, Annette McDonald, Free State High School Mathematics Teacher, and Erin McDaneld-Campbell, Free State High School Special Education Teacher
The Self-Determined Learning Model of Instruction (SDLMI) has been identified as an evidence-based practice for enhancing transition outcomes (e.g., competitive employment, community participation) and student self-determination. Recently, the SDLMI was implemented in inclusive, secondary classrooms as well as implemented online via digital platforms. Researchers from the University of Kansas in partnership with general and special education practitioners from Free State High School in Lawrence, Kansas will share how they supported all students to build self-determination abilities and skills via in-person and online learning. Additionally, specific implications for practice to highlight how practitioners can support students in developing skills and abilities associated with self-determination in these unprecedented times will be shared to achieve valued outcomes.