Plans for accomodating special needs
Appropriately modify your instruction to address diverse needs with our articles on bilingual special education, Autism, and ADD/ADHD.
Always remember, that no 2 students learn the same, be patient and continue to differentiate both instruction and assessment as much as possible.
Our collection of ideas and forms will make it easier for you to evaluate and grade your students' work, no matter their grade level.
There are as many variations of assessment as there are students.
This tip sheet will focus on four areas where one can make special accommodations to support students with special needs students in the inclusive classroom.
Those four areas include: Overall, this may seem like a lot of questions to ask yourself to ensure that all students have maximized learning opportunities.