Inclusive classroom spurs creativity in instruction that benefits all

04/24/2014 | Chalkbeat

Classrooms that include students with and without special needs can inspire teachers to be creative in a more inclusive learning environment, special-education teacher Mark Anderson writes in this commentary. Anderson, who teaches at a public middle school in the Bronx, N.Y., writes about how a student with autism inspired him to redesign lesson guides to help all of his sixth-graders track daily lessons. Featuring check boxes, self-assessments and written instructions, the guides have benefited the entire class, Anderson writes.

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