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Organization and Communication
Organization and communication
Scheduling and Class Structures

Research supports the idea that curricular modifications assist students in general education classes in increasing engagement with academic tasks, while at the same time decreasing classroom management issues (Lee, Wehmeyer, Soukup, & Palmer, 2010). The classroom environment, routines, and learning activities need to be rearranged to increase student engagement and on-task behavior (Epstein, Atkins, Cullinan, Kutash, & Weaver, 2008).

The challenges are to provide educators with ample time in their schedules and lower enough student-teacher ratios to plan lessons that address the levels of each and every student. Educators need frameworks that will afford them the structure to offer extra attention to all students—those who require remediation and those who need enrichment. Organization is also imperative for ...

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