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2 edition of Teaching with a disability. found in the catalog.

Teaching with a disability.

NASUWT.

Teaching with a disability.

by NASUWT.

  • 203 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by NASUWT in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesAction for equality
ContributionsNational Association of Schoolmasters and Union of Women Teachers.
The Physical Object
Pagination paperback (12p.)
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18741190M

Teaching Students with Disabilities Teaching Strategies for Educators to Support and Advocate for Their Students According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities’ State of Learning Disabilities report, one in five children have a learning and/or attention disability that affects their ability to learn in . Tell students that they will be looking at picture books that explore different disabilities and that later they will write their own picture book with the purpose of teaching readers about children with various disabilities. 3. Give each student one copy of the Disability Book Sheet and the Picture Book Notes handout. Place the books that you.

Publisher: Penguin Books, Hudson Street, New York, NY ; ISBN #: ISBN Disability: Mental Retardation Story Profile: A sixth-grade girl, Mags, lives in a trailer and has a younger sister named Hannie with mental retardation. Hannie finds an old stuffed unicorn and believes it is magical when strange things start to happen. Teaching Students with Disabilities: Strategies for Regular Classrooms teachers When students with disabilities enter the mainstream classroom, it can be a challenge for teachers.

Teaching students with an intellectual disability. When it comes to offering students with ID a fulfilling, suitable and productive learning environment, it’s important to consider the accommodations and requirements the child may need to perform as well in a mainstream education setting as other students. We have rarely seen a teacher who was unwilling to teach a student with a disability under any circumstances. Most often, resistance to teaching students relates to fears that the teacher has about his or her competence in meeting the needs of the students or questions about the benefits of inclusion for students with and without disabilities.


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