Modifying Curriculum For The Special Needs Student. Some very practical ideas on modifying regular ed social studies curriculum and activities for your students with special learning needs. Read more at: http://www.mrspspecialties.com/2015/05/modifying-curriculum-for-special-needs.html
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This guide is meant to help general education teachers adapt their instruction, materials, assessments, assignments for students with different learning needs and special education students in their classrooms. It begins with a brief discussion of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and the impact on special needs students of skills called for by the CCSS.p.2 - Adapting Curriculum & Instruction - Where to Startp.3 - How do I Adapt Instruction and Materialsp. 4 - How Can I Adapt Instructi...
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Chewable necklace or chewelry - the student I'm working with uses this. This helps her relax. Addresses the issues of inappropriate biting, chewing and teeth grinding. Children find security and comfort holding on to this Kid Companions Chewelry.
Teaching Learners with Special Needs~ This site has TONS of creative ideas for creating your own adaptions that can save you money and have access to right away. More often than not self-adapted items work as well or better than commercial items because you have the materials to fix them as necessary! DEFINITELY a site worth checking out!
Incorporate shared reading and literacy instruction into your group of special education students with the materials for The Little Red Hen, covering vocabulary, sequencing, comprehension, retelling, grammar, reading & writing & word work, and more.This has been written for students with special needs, but is also appropriate for general ed and differentiated learning.What's included?Discussion of shared reading Hierarchy of comprehension questionsCCSS coveredI Can posters for CCSS/ ...