Intellectual Disabilities in Your Classroom: 9 Tips for Teachers
More than 445,000 students with intellectual disabilities receive special education and related services in our public schools. Perhaps you’re one of their teachers. If you have a student with an intellectual disability in your classroom, you already know that he or she has special learning needs. But how do you address those learning needs in positive and effective ways that really help the student learn? This issue of NASET’s Practical Teacher series was written by Lisa Küpper and Kori Hamilton. It will provide you 9 tips and connect you with a wealth of additional information.
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