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Accommodating special education students

They are often the first ones done with an assignment or those who continually ask for more creative and interesting work.

: Adjustments to the grade-appropriate curriculum expectations to better fit a student’s specific educational needs.

Modifications are documented on the IEP and in elementary schools for language and math often utilize curriculum of a different grade level.

The information is for parents/guardians, teachers and the public.

Specific accommodations are also permitted for provincial EQAO assessments.

Specific accommodations are permitted as per EQAO guidelines for students on IEPs who require them.

: A written plan for learning, developed for students with special needs, who may or may not be formally identified as exceptional.

Prepare to teach the students with special needs you may have in your classroom using this advice on accommodating and modifying your lessons to meet the needs of everyone.