In it, teacher Lisa Okikawa, with the guidance of Practice Editor Jane Erin, describes how a number of areas of the expanded core curriculum can be taught by introducing students to musical theater.
What does ECC stand for?
ECC stands for Expanded Core Curriculum (various organizations)
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We have 721 other meanings of ECC in our Acronym Attic
- Executive Communications and Control
- Executive Communications Center
- Executive Comptroller Course (US DoD)
- Executive Credit Code
- Exemption Coordinating Cell
- Exercise Control Center
- EXFOR Coordinating Committee
- EXFOR Coordination Cell
- Expanded Child Care (various organizations)
- Expanded Control Channel
- Expansion Control Card
- Experience Co-Creation (Boston, MA and Paris, France)
- Experiment Control Center
- Expertise Conseil Commissariat (French: Expertise Council Commission; accounting)
- Experts Comptables Conseils (French accounting firm)
- Expiration of Current Contract (USMC)
- Explosive Containment Cubicle
- External Cardiac Compression
- Extracorporeal Circulation (medical)
- Enterprise Computing Center - Detroit (Bank Secrecy Act e-filing system)
Samples in periodicals archive:
New furnaces, laboratory equipment and an expanded core curriculum have been put in place.
In today's educational arena, there is continued emphasis on students' acquisition of academic skills, as well as the need for teachers to integrate the expanded core curriculum into instruction for students who are blind or visually impaired.
In this article, we provide a conceptual framework for an expanded core curriculum for students who have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in addition to visual impairment (ASDVI).
If an educational or rehabilitation plan includes skills that are appropriately sorted into categories of the expanded core curriculum or that match each element of state or professional standards, we count it as a success.
The lack of instruction in the expanded core curriculum was of more concern to the parents, with only 30 (49%) of the 61 parents who responded reporting that their children's needs in this area were currently being met.
The issue concludes with an insightful commentary from our COSB partners on the expanded core curriculum and the reauthorization of IDEA.
The expanded core curriculum (ECC) is an essential part of educating students with visual impairments (that is, those who are blind or have low vision).