Educators offer advice on teaching students with disabilities

11/12/2012 | Education Week Teacher

Educator Larry Ferlazzo compiles in this blog post advice from four teachers on helping students with disabilities in an inclusive classroom. Among the ideas offered, Michael Thornton, primary-grades teacher and blogger from Virginia, and Gloria Lodato Wilson, associate professor and director of special-education programs at Hofstra University, write that students need choices and multiple means to show what they know. "I believe the best way to promote equity for all learners is by allowing every student a voice in the classroom," Thornton writes.

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