|1.||Inquire into the concept of families and the value of a social ecological model in relation to how families deal with dis/ability;|
|2.||Articulate an understanding of communication protocols between families and school systems that support the needs of families who have a child with a disability;|
|3.||Critique and inquire into how professional partnerships involving support services, including integration aides, support families who have a child with a dis/ability; and|
|4.||Investigate the development of Individual Learning Plans (ILPs) and their role in supporting students and their families in disability contexts.|
|Literature Review||Review on Professional Partnerships in connection to families who have a child with a disability.||30%|
|Presentation||Based on professional partnership experience with families who have a child with a disability||30%|
|Case Study||Develop a case study.||40%|
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