classroom identification to help a struggling student (or Cognitive…
classroom identification to help a struggling student
or Cognitive Symptoms
Lack of enthusiasm for reading or writing.
Trouble memorizing things.
Working at a slow pace.
Trouble following directions.
Trouble staying focused on a task.
Difficulty understanding abstract ideas.
Lack of attention to detail, or too much attention to detail.
Poor social skills.
Having a hard time listening
Problems dealing with changes in schedule or situations
Problems understanding words or concepts
Step 1 : Identify Behavioral Symptoms of a Struggling Student
easily induced frustration
lack of concentration
difficulty staying on task
attention seeking behavior
The Learning Academy: Signs of Academic Struggles ](
loss of appetite/ suppression
You might see:
Problems reading and/or writing
Problems with math
Problems paying attention
Trouble following directions
Trouble telling time
Problems staying organized
Step 4: Classroom Incorporation
With the rapid development and application of computer-based technology, however, has created a sea change in available options for disabled students, ending the isolation and limited opportunities disabled students have long faced.
Computer programs have been designed to make it easier for disabled students to access material, communicate their ideas and work, and participate in educational experiences, by incorporating Ed Tech, I hope to find fresh and engaging avenues to reach my students.
I want to maximize differentiated instruction to allow all students to find the same assignments approachable and doable regardless of their learning style. By using differentiated instruction I can cater to different types of learners making learning exciting for all learners.
I want to maximize my efficiency in the classroom by getting to know my students well and make sure that I'm not missing any opportunities to expand my knowledge and toolbox of methods to help reach all students, including those with special needs. Ultilizing resources like my colleagues and to consistently monitor the latest developments in Ed Tech.
Create days and events for the students that provide them with information and interest that will get their minds going in a million directions.
For busy teachers, the thought of adopting a completely new way of teaching to meet the needs of all learners can feel like a tall order. But it can seem much more manageable if you start with one small change at a time.
Step 3: A Differentiated Classroom
EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF EXPERT PEER COACHING AS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MODEL AND TRAINING TOOL FOR SPECIAL
While developing proper IEPs a key component is the Enrichment Strategies that must be designed by a team of educators and proffessionals.
A Multi-Sensory Approach
Multisensory instruction is a way of teaching that engages more than one sense at a time. For kids with reading issues like dyslexia, the use of sight, hearing, movement and touch can be helpful for learning.
Technology in the classroom | Ethan Dickens
After recognizing and verify the special needs of students it is best to design an inclusive classroom that can best suit the needs of the learners.
Differentiating instruction is not only going to help your special education students fully participate, it will also enrich and improve the experience
[LSpecial Education in Collaborative Classrooms
The Lead Teacher Collaboration Model
The Learning Centers Collaboration Model
Alternative Collaborative Setting
Step 2: Diagnosis and Assessment of IEPS c
[Methods of Assessment Used in Special Education(
4) Eligibility Process and Evaluation
5) Development Of The IEP
Create the an IEP. An IEP. A team is formed which includes the child’s parents, educators, administrators and other specialists to determine the best educational objectives, goals and paths needed for the student.
Accommodations are provided for both instructions and testing along with a range of multidisciplinary services such as the use of TA, assisted technology and other differentiated learning programs.
2) Referral by:
Public Health Officials
Teachers: Poor academic performance, continued misbehavior or disruption of their learning environment are prerequisites to this stage.
7) Evaluation And Reviews.
Set New Milestones
Individualized Education Plans (IEP) are a requirement for every child receiving special education and related services in the public school system :green_cross:
7 Steps Of The IEP Process
Identify potential Motivational Symptoms
Examples from the Classroom
7 Steps of the IEP Process