More often students are coming to school with a variety of different academic, behavioral, and emotional challenges. Many students have IEPs and 504s to address these issues, but several do not and struggle in the general education classroom. In some instances, students are bored; having already mastered content presented to them in their class.
With teachers’ busy schedules, optimal collaboration is not always possible to know how to best accommodate the disparate needs of all learners.
Join one former English teacher and current special educator as she covers several easy, high-leverage practices that will help you modify learning across myriad contexts. Specific takeaways include accommodations and modifications to direct instruction, response methods, grading, content, process and product, addressing social/emotional and behavioral concerns, and extensions for advanced/gifted learners.
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