17 ways to teach vocabulary skills to students with special needs

02/15/2013

Neurodiverse students can benefit from learning strategies "that capitalize on their strengths in areas such as music, physical expression, social interaction, and interest in nature," explains ASCD author Thomas Armstrong. In a recent ASCD EDge post, he shares teaching strategies, like creating vocabulary posters and listening to music that contains advanced vocabulary, that help kids with learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, intellectual disabilities, autism, and emotional and behavioral disorders strengthen vocabulary. Read on.

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