I believe that all instruction must be differentiated to meet each child abilities in their proximal development of learning. That is, each child regardless of level of ability should receive instruction that is challenging enough to promote new learning but not so difficult that he or she is frustrated in the school environment. This principle applies not only to those students with disabilities but to all students in the special education or general education classroom.
Accommodations, ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), ADHD, Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities, Note Taker, Special Education
I have a Bachelors' Degree in Accounting and Minor in Education (Mathematics). I am also perusing a Master's in Education Leadership.