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Day Five of Our Discussion on Self-Determination, Grit and Academic Resilience

Dear One and All:

Welcome to the “official” final day our discussion.  We’ve come a long way, focusing on frameworks and practices from positive psychology that show promise for helping our students learn, persist and flourish.  I want to thank our panelists:  Beth Tuckwiller, Stel Gragoudas, Lindsey Anderson, and Philip Trejo for their time, effort, and insights.  A special thanks goes out to our student presenters, Mary Zrara and Alexis McGee, for making the time to share their experiences with us.

Resources from a Self-Determination Study Circle

Greetings One and All:

Self-Determined Learning for People with Disabilities

Hello group members,

In the disability community, self-determination refers to individuals with disabilities, including persons with intellectual disabilities, having the same right to self-determination as all people, that is, to have the freedom, authority, and support to exercise control over their lives.

Here are two interesting things for those interested in self-determination:

Self-Determination and Adults with Learning Disabiliites

Looking for ways to help adults succeed as they transition to postsecondary education? Take advantage of this LINCS preconference session at the Effective Transtions in Adult Education Conference on November 7, 2012, in Providence RI.

Developing Skills to Succeed in Postsecondary Education in Students with Learning Disabilities

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