Diane Heacox presents differentiation tools that can be used immediately, and provides guidance for adapting them for a range of ages and content areas, ELLs, gifted students and kids with IEPs. Jeny Randall agrees with Heacox’s advice, “Start small, but start somewhere.”
All students on IEPs have accommodations; many also have modifications. How do we implement these in our inclusive, co-taught classrooms?
In the 2nd of a series about mid-year teaching challenges, Laurie Wasserman shares ideas about helping students who struggle with assessments.