Effective Teaching Strategies
2. Imagine you are teaching a class consisting of 12 boys and 13 girls. Of the 25 students in your classroom, 5 have ADHD-inattentive Subtype (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder-Inattentive Subtype), 4 have IEPs (Individualized Education Plans) where they receive modifications for assignments due to one student having a hearing issue, one student having a severe vision issue, one student who is unable to walk on his own, and one student who cannot read, and you typically have about 5-7 students who need some type of differentiation for instruction. Describe at least THREE instructional strategies you could use to teach such a diverse class of students. Make sure you focus these THREE instructional strategies on the specific needs of this class (ADHD-Inattentive Subtype, students with the specific disabilities listed above/IEPs, need for differentiation). In other words, what THREE instructional strategies could you use to hold studentsâ€™ attention that have ADHD, meet the needs of students who have the special instructional needs listed above with IEPs, and meet the needs of students who require a different way to learn what you are teaching?
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