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Inclusion of students with disabilities in the classroom

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What strategies can a teacher implement for students with mild disabilties to be successful in a general education classroom?
What is your position on the ways that students with disabilties should be taught?

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When you start your paper, consider an outline that breaks the topic into sections. For example: the classroom, evaluation choices, teaching methods, curriculum options, etc.

Some possible points to include:
Classroom:
1. What is the physical layout of your classroom- will desk groupings work best or a single file arrangement? (Take into
consideration the nature of the disability. Some students will benefit from groupings while others will need to avoid the
distractions of a group setting).
2. Is your class layout conducive to someone with physical disabilities? (I don't know the nature of the disabled students you
are to ...

Solution Summary

This solution includes a list of approaches for the inclusion of students with disabilities into the classroom. It provides suggestions regarding classroom design and management, evaluation, teaching methods, and curriculum.
This solution includes a list of books on the topic of students with disabilities.
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