Addressing Multiple Accommodations in the Classroom

Most students with an identified learning disability need some level of academic support in schools. The frequency of these supports, and the manner in which they are carried out can differ from student to student. In a classroom with multiple accommodations being served at once, this can become difficult for teachers to do on a daily basis. Special Guest Dottie Brown, Superintendent of Bamberg School District One, joins Matt to share her thoughts on this topic. Additionally, Mrs. Brown offers some tips to listeners to ensure that all accommodations are appropriately being met in their classrooms.

from Leading Out The Woods

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