Accommodating students with
The task of gaining students' attention and engaging them for a period of time requires many teaching and managing skills.
Teaching and interactions should provide successful learning experiences for each student.
Many problems with materials are related to reading disabilities.
The tape recorder often is an excellent aid in overcoming this problem.
It is important to identify accommodations that are reasonable to ask of teachers in all classroom settings.
Both general education and special education teachers seek accommodations that foster the learning and management of a class of heterogeneous learners.Teachers can include explicit teaching steps within their lessons (i.e., present an advanced organizer, demonstrate the skill, provide guided practice, offer corrective feedback, set up independent practice, monitor practice, and review). Students who have difficulty following directions are often helped by asking them to repeat the directions in their own words.