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Engaging Cooperation through Choice and Preference

By Shelley Clarke & Meme Hieneman

We’re going to begin this article by stating the obvious: “People perform better – and, in general, behave better – when they feel that they have some control over their circumstances and actions.”  This includes children with special needs, especially if their opportunities to exert this type of influence have been limited in the past. …