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Classroom Management

Whether in a general, special ed, or inclusive classroom, teaching is a challenge. Handling 30 different kids with individual needs—and varying attention spans—can confound even the best teachers. One way teachers can help their students with LD is to create a well-managed, structured classroom environment. We have put together a variety of articles to help teachers do everything from arrange furniture to manage behavior issues.

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Adjustments in Classroom Management

One child with a learning disability and/or an attention deficit disorder can keep a classroom in constant uproar if nothing is done to counteract his trouble with attention, organization, time, and social acceptance. In these areas, the youngster does not have the ability to control and change his own behavior. Teachers have to deal with these problems by adjusting his environment. Careful classroom management can prevent the LD/ADD student from becoming a strongly disruptive influence.

Teaching Tolerance(To Students with Learning Disabilities)

Behavior Management: Getting to the Bottom of Social Skills Deficits

The Teacher's Role in Developing Social Skills

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