Teaching to the Students' Abilities

By Joshua A. Del Viscovo, MS, BCSE

Working with students in multi-ability classrooms or students with learning differences, educators are often faced with a significant challenge.  Teachers struggle with how to locate and create educationally appropriate materials when the current curricular materials, while aligned with the standards are wholly inappropriate for your population of students.  During a time with budgets are diminishing and funds are limited, teachers are unable to purchase much needed adapted curriculum materials.  This issue of NASET’s Practical Teacher is aimed at providing teachers with a set of tools that will enable them to effectively maximize students performance, implement educational appropriate instruction, and utilize appropriate curricular materials while conserving much needed teacher free time.

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