Many teachers are balancing how to ensure access to the general education classroom for students with significant cognitive disabilities with pressure to ensure their students are also making progress on individualized goals. This DL article explores how embedded instruction can serve as a solution. Teachers, how might you have embedded instruction for your students before, even if you didn’t know it as a specific strategy?
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