Accomodating students with learning
According to the National Council of Teachers of English, students who do not find representations of their own cultures in texts are likely to lose interest in school-based literacies.
(Read how one new teacher learned this valuable lesson in this excerpt from .) Have your students complete a short survey on their outside interests and use that information to assist in building your lesson plans.
In its commitment to ensuring that no otherwise qualified student with a disability is subjected to unlawful discrimination in the context of his/her educational experience, the College makes certain that students with disabilities are provided equal access to educational and career development programs and/or student activities.
This is a more efficient approach for those students who learn better by listening than by writing.
I use a variety of materials and approaches in my classroom to help accommodate differences in learning style.
I use visual aids when presenting orally, to help both the visual and auditory learners.
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Many of the students in Project Athena will be on free or reduced lunch status, be minority students or have a learning disability of some kind.