Classroom Accommodations for Students Who Learn and Think Differently

By The Understood Team
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What classroom accommodations help kids who learn and think differently thrive in the classroom? Here are ways students can get the work done—but with slight changes for specific needs.

About the Author

About the Author

The Understood Team 

is made up of passionate writers, editors, and community moderators. Many of them learn and think differently, or have kids who do.

Reviewed by

Reviewed by

Kristen L. Hodnett, MSEd 

is a clinical professor in the department of special education at Hunter College in New York City.

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