Inclusion Strategies for Mainstreamed Classrooms (page: 4 of 29)

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  • Student Help For Success: A Guide to the High School Resource Room
    This guide to creativity and ideas offers an overview of the high school resource room: what it is, how it works, teaching techniques, and accommodations needed for different students. An essential part of special education, the resource room is an integral part of every high school.
  • Creating an Art Nook With Sensory Activities for Students With Disabilities
    Art can be a great learning and therapeutic activity for students with disabilities. Try using these sensory activities and get ideas on incorporating more art throughout the day. Develop your own art nook in your classroom!
  • How to Plan and Manage Your Resource Room
    Managing special education resource rooms in schools can be a challenge. Whether you are teaching pre or early elementary education, this guide will help you develop a cozy environment focused on the utmost care and consideration of your students.
  • Implementing the Project Approach with Special Needs Children
    While visions of summer vacation once danced in your head, now visions of teaching something new and creative may be a priority. This article discusses how to bring creativity back into teaching with the Project Approach. Learn how to implement child initiated projects and adhere to standards.
  • Tourette Syndrome: Classroom Inclusion Challenges and Strategies to Improve Social Interaction
    Going into mainstream classrooms can be difficult for children with Tourette syndrome. Other children may think their tics are on purpose, which can make social interactions difficult. These issues, along with education difficulties, can result in education inclusion issues with Tourette syndrome.
  • Inclusion Strategies For Teaching the Hearing Impaired
    Students who have a hearing loss can greatly benefit from inclusion. When teachers understand the educational and social impacts of hearing impairment, teaching strategies can be put in place to promote acceptance and enhance learning. Read on for ideas on positive inclusion techniques.
  • iPad Breaking Ground for Special Learners
    The iPad engages learners of all kinds while targeting specific learning needs. Students remain so captivated by the device that they stay excited and encouraged to practice needed skills on its large multi-touch screen.
  • Holistic Learning for Students with Special Needs
    A quick representation of the idea you are attempting to understand is a model. When the special needs learner builds individual models, he can weave them together in a complete construct – a total set of understandings – to increase learning comprehension.
  • Incorporating Music Into Teaching Students With Special Needs
    Watch the special needs child have fun and meet new goals through music education. By using these simple but proven techniques shared by music professionals, positive outcomes are within reach!
  • Music Education Advances Special Learners' Basic Skills
    Music helps exceptional children learn how to process and react to sensory stimulation. Learners incorporate and synthesize concepts that relate to all of the arts. How do you go about teaching music to special learners and what adaptations can be made to accommodate them?
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