As an educator, you will quickly find out that this is the most important thing that you will need to master in order for all of the students in your class to reach their individual goals. Obviously a child with a learning disability will have different goals than regular education children and making modifications based on their needs is very important.
Making accommodations is all part of being a teacher, but depending on the grade level of the student has something to do with those accommodations as well. For example, if you teach Kindergarten, a child who comes into your classroom with no background knowledge of the alphabet, numbers, shapes, colors, etc. may have a learning disability, but in most cases has not been diagnosed. Accommodations such as introducing letters to him or her one at a time, and showing them flash cards with colors on them for ...