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Co-Teaching, inclusion, modification, accommodation, instructional & assist tech

Instructional Technology development, use or evaluation of resources or systems that can be used for learning and mastering of skills
Modifications a change in what is being taught or expected from a student with disabilities based on their abilities
Accommodations something that helps a student overcome or work around their disability to master the same information that a child without a disability is required to know and do
Inclusion thought that a special education student is able to succeed in a general education classroom when given various accommodations or modifications to the curriculum
Lead and Support Instruction Co-teaching that has one teacher giving the instruction while the other will circulate and give redirection
Station Instruction co-teaching type that has the teachers switching roles half way through the lesson
Parallel Teaching co-teaching with both teachers teaching at the same time
Alternative Teaching co-teaching that one teacher is teaching a large group more thoughtful parts of the previous lesson, while the other teacher is reteaching skills missed or not mastered from previous lesson
Team Teaching co-teaching that has both teachers working together as a unit to teach the lesson
Assistive Technology any item or system used to improve or help a student with disabilities increase their functional capabilities
Created by: tmholt