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Karley Ingold
Re: Shifting Strateigies
Sat Jun 13, 2015 15:45

I have noticed that a lot of the strategies that I have seen in the videos or in the articles are things that I have seen in a regular classroom to scaffold lower students and not just those with ASD. Even when we as regular classroom teachers do not have students that have a diagnosis there are going to be those that struggle and need more support and it will be important to reach out and use as many diverse strategies as we can to reach these children.

  • Shifting Strateigies - Megan Rembert, Sat Jun 13 12:38
    I think this weeks videos and articles helped me realize just how many suggestions on different strategies there are out there. Talking with my group we realized that instead of being overwhelmed... more
    • Re: Shifting Strateigies - Karley Ingold, Sat Jun 13 15:45
    • RE: Strategies - Kelsie Fender , Sat Jun 13 13:41
      I agree that the number of strategies available to a classroom teacher might be overwhelming! I think it would be important to identify a strategy that works for a particular student toward the... more
    • RE: Shifting Strategies - Nicholas Flippen, Sat Jun 13 13:25
      I really like how you have generalized the interventions used on students with ASD for the rest of the classroom. Yes, students with ASD need the extra help and these interventions we have been... more
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