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Establishing Successful Inclusive Classrooms
Establishing Successful Inclusive Classrooms

Knowing more about the legislation, research, and often complicated terminology leads to this next topic of determining ways teachers meet individual student needs in their classrooms. These pedagogical strategies teach students at their ability levels with expansive instructional techniques, using sound learning principles as well as different modalities to appeal to multiple intelligences, interests, and knowledge backgrounds. Classroom learners benefit with specially designed instruction (SDI) and interventions that have initials such as UbD (understanding by design), UDL (universal design for learning), DI (differentiated instruction), and PBL (project- or problem-based learning). Thinking ahead about outcomes and being prepared with differentiated lessons and resources involve proactively planning and valuing just how desired lesson goals will reach students. As delineated ...

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