Teachers in inclusive classrooms must carefully consider the grading process to provide fair and equitable grades for all students in their class, including students with the most significant cognitive disabilities. This TIP shares grading considerations and potential adaptations.
The purpose of this TIP is to show how a set of high-leverage practices developed for special education can be applied to instruction of students with significant cognitive disabilities in inclusive classrooms.
High Leverage Practices (HLPs) are strategies every teacher should know and use. The purpose of this TIPs sheet is to provide ideas for inclusive general education classroom implementation of HLPs that are common to both general and special education.
Systems change is always a challenge. During a pandemic it is a huge and unexpected change for everyone, including districts, teachers and families. None of us are experts in this area...yet. That will come, but in the meantime we need to allow the space and patience for each of us and ourselves to grow.
This TIP provides information and recommendations for collaborative educational teams on how to make homework successful for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities in inclusive classrooms.
This Parent Brief focuses on developing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) that support inclusive education for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities.
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