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    Special Education Students in the Classroom

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    What special equipment or classroom adaptations would be appropriate for a child with a learning disability?

    What are the key characteristics that teachers can look for to identify children with special needs within the classroom?

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    What special equipment or classroom adaptations would be appropriate for a child with a learning disability?
    There is a great deal of variety for what would be appropriate - it all depends on the learning disability. For a disability that relates to the written word, such as dyslexia, then using visual aids and reading aloud to the student would be appropriate. For a disability that involves the spoken word, ...

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    This provides ideas for appropriate adaptations in mainstreaming special education students, and characteristics to look for when trying to identify potential special needs students.

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