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Methods of Teaching Students with Disabilities

A wide range of diversity that might characterize students with disabilities within the classroom, describe the evidence-based and promising practice interventions that have been identified as best practices based on the needs of the individual and his/her response to the intervention. Identify intervention/support strategies based on individual strengths and needs as they relate to learning.

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The wide range of diversity that might characterize students with disabilities within the classroom, include differing levels of disability severity, cultural and racial differences, academic aptitude differences, and attitude and personality differences. One of the most important components of evidence-based interventions is ensuring that interventions occur as early as possible within a student's life. This essentially means that the earlier that a learning disability can be diagnosed, the earlier that an intervention can be developed and utilized for that particular student. This is very important, due to the fact that the prevailing evidence supports the fact that the earlier that intervention ...

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This solution addresses methods of teaching students with disabilities.

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