In this article, an educator who has worked for ten years with students with disabilities shares eight tips for differentiating in an inclusion classroom. The author gives examples from her experiences of how to better engage students with disabilities through access to technology in the classroom. Some of the tips include ‘use technology tools to close the gap with reluctant readers and writers’ and ‘use technology to help students track data and work on weak skills.’ She includes actionable and practical advice to quickly and efficiently make steps to improve learning outcomes. The author also shares links to other resources to help develop and boost classroom engagement and lessons.
This is a great resource not only for special needs instructors but educators, in general, to help create better learning environments by capitalizing on the use of technology.
Source Organization: Getting Smart