Accommodating students

Allowing a student who has trouble writing to give his answers orally is an example of an accommodation.

This student is still expected to know the same material and answer the same questions as fully as the other students, but he doesn’t have to write his answers to show that he knows the information.

Reading assessment should include skill levels in decoding, fluency and comprehension.

As children learn to read, they learn how spoken and written language relate to each other.

For students with learning disabilities, confidence in the practical applications of mathematics to everyday life is also very important.

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Part 1: A Quick Look at Terminology Part 2: Different Types of Supports and adaptations all mean the same thing.

[§300.39(b)(3)] Thus, special education involves adapting the “content, methodology, or delivery of instruction.” In fact, the special education field can take pride in the knowledge base and expertise it’s developed in the past 30-plus years of individualizing instruction to meet the needs of students with disabilities.

It’s a pleasure to share some of that knowledge with you now.

An individualized education program in mathematics would concentrate on developing concepts and skills within such strands as: numeration, geometry, measurement, collection and interpretation of data, estimation/mental computations, patterns and relations and word problems/applications.

Concepts are best introduced with “hands-on” concrete materials.

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