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Help me give my students different instructional resources to fit their individual needs and abilities.
I teach 10 students with moderate to severe disabilities in the K-8 setting. We have students with a variety of different disabilities, including Down Syndrome, Autism, Orthopedic Impairment, and Intellectual Disabilities. I am currently teaching students in grades K-3; who are all learning on different levels.
Our number one goal is to help our students learn to be as independent as possible for the future.
We work on academics, communication, fine and gross motor building, social skills, life skills, behavior, and much more.
Because of the wide varying differences in my students' abilities, we often rely on multiple modes of instruction to fit the individual needs of the students. Oftentimes, I am able to find exactly what I need for students on TPT.
Many of my students require differentiated materials including multiple levels, adaptations including symbols, and materials with consideration of fine motor difficulties.
The majority of instructional materials used in my classroom come from TPT. TPT has made it possible for my students to access resources to fit their individual needs. This will not only enhance their learning in the classroom, but also their independence in the future as well.
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