Rethinking special needs accommodations & modifications

02/18/2013

All special needs students on IEPs have some type of accommodations, writes co-teacher Laurie Wasserman in the latest post at MiddleWeb's Two Teachers in the Room blog. Many also have modifications. How do co-teachers implement these accommodations on a day to day basis? And what about the students in co-taught classrooms who may not need these accommodations? Wasserman shares some practices from her own middle school. Read on.

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