How to meet the needs of diverse groups of learners in the classroom

Special-education teacher Laurie Wasserman in this article offers suggestions on differentiating instruction to meet the needs of diverse groups of learners in a classroom. She advises teachers to collaborate with colleagues to ensure all educators are familiar with students' education plans and modifications. Maintaining consistency across classes, developing a student-centered mindset and using multiple types of assessments are among her other suggestions.

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