By The Understood Team
Which classroom accommodations can help children show what they know without their learning or attention issues getting in the way? Here are ways students can complete the work—but with slight changes for specific needs.
Kristen L. Hodnett, M.S.Ed.
Apr 22, 2014
Apr 22, 2014
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Great idea, @BKD57! In the meantime, consider checking out these informal classroom supports that might work for your child: www.understood.org/.../checklist-informal-supports-you-can-request-for-your-child
@JSK, thanks for sharing that "download" icon with @Shera1115: That certainly is the most efficient way to print!
I found the 'download' icon helpful - and once I downloaded the graphic, I was able to print each onto one page. They are an excellent resource!
I would love to be able to get a printable copy of these tips for my use at work that won't require so much paper. Do you have any other way I can do that?
These are great! Any chance of getting one for kids with NVLD?
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