Special-education teacher Laurie Wasserman in this blog post offers strategies she and her co-teachers use to make modifications and accommodations that benefit all students in inclusive classrooms. For instance, teachers use quick assignments given at the beginning of class, such as working on a word problem or answering trivia questions, to help all students review. "I think it's important when we look at accommodations that we not feel locked in but consider them part of our 'teacher bag of tricks,'" Wasserman writes.
How accommodations, modifications work in co-taught classes
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