How to Include Students with Disabilities by Modifying Curriculum in 3 Easy Steps!

Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Modifying curriculum for students who do not yet have an understanding of grade level content has long been the sole responsibility of the special education teacher. 

However, since the goal of inclusion is to include the student in as much of the general education environment and curriculum as possible, then we have to expect that modifications will occur as frequently as possible across all areas of the educational program. 

Thus, if we want to see full, authentic inclusion exist in our school system then making modifications needs to be the responsibility of EVERY teacher. 

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2 comments

  1. I am a special education teacher and a parent to a child with special needs. Your book Inclusion in Action is by far the best out there! Having real life examples of lesson and possible modifications is super helpful and needs to be used in our schools.

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  2. Hi Jess,
    Thank you so much for the feedback and your kind words! I'm delighted to hear that you find the book helpful and practical. Please let me know if you have any questions about any of the information in it!
    Kind regards,
    Nicole

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