My students are a part of a special education transition program. What does that mean? It means that I have a great group of young adults with mild to severe special needs who are ages 18-22 that make up my classroom.
On an everyday basis we focus on academics, as well as daily living and social skills that many of us take for granted.
My students work hard to be the great individuals they are today! They are all caring, creative, and never give up, no matter the circumstance.
Throughout the day, my students take part in the Unique Learning Curriculum. This curriculum specializes in lessons geared towards students who have learning and developmental disabilities. We use the curriculum to teach academics in the areas of reading and math, as well as life skills.
Including whole group work, the Unique Learning Curriculum allows for students to be assigned individual lessons through their own accounts created online.
This gives students a chance to be independent and work at their own pace. By having two new Kindle Fires in the classroom, it would give two more of my students a chance to work on their individual work.
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