No matter what grade level or subject you are teaching, the students in your class will differ from each other in a variety of ways such as readiness level, learning style, and skill. How can a teacher create lessons to reach all students? Instructional accommodations are the first type of adjustment teachers make to bring learning within the reach of all students.
The purpose of this manual is to: Explain the difference between instructional accommodations and curricular modifications; Give practical, easy to implement suggestions for accommodations based upon the unique needs of students; Add to your repertoire of accommodation strategies; Answer questions about the use of instructional accommodations during high stakes testing; and, Give you a tool for evaluating the effectiveness of the accommodations you are using to support students.
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