How to activate students' strengths

Focusing on the strengths of students with disabilities will help improve their learning and behavior, former special-education teacher Thomas Armstrong writes in this commentary. Armstrong offers seven tips for bringing out the best in students, such as reviewing student files to identify their strengths rather than just their weaknesses and introducing students to positive role models.

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