Do you have a student who struggles with reading, or can’t seem to grasp math concepts? There are many signs to watch out for that a student may have a learning disability. Find the information you need on diagnosing and teaching students with dyslexia, dyscalculia and other disabilities, including modified lesson plans and activities. Children with disabilities can keep up with their peers, but may need some extra time and attention or help from assistive technology.
Teaching Students With an Intellectual Disability Children come in all shapes and sizes. Their personalities, needs, and learning styles all vary. Students with disabilities have a variety of different needs. Learn 5 tips to help a teacher of students with intellectual disabilities make the most of the students' learning experiences.