To close out our series on special education, we're taking a closer look at the IEP process and strategies to encourage students to be involved.
As more and more students work under IEPs, co-teaching is an becoming an increasingly common and effective way of making sure that those students receive the attention they need without taking time away from other students in the class. Here, we have compiled a list of best-practice tips for co-teachers.
Every student in need of special education services requires an Individualized Education Program, or IEP. These documents help administrators, teachers and parents engage in open, regular communication to make sure that students in need of special services receive the most effective support to achieve academic success.
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Adult learners are incredibly diverse, and they have very diverse needs. This creates some unique challenges, and a traditional classroom setup does not usually engage and motivate these students. These three tips help you provide solutions that can be as differentiated as your students are.