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Posted Apr 03, 2001 at 5:59:27 PM
Subject: Modifications

I am curious as to how many of you make modifications to work for your inclusion students?

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Anonymous
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Posted:Apr 03, 2001 7:42:26 PM

I am currently an inclusion (in-class support) teacher for a sixth grade science class. I make modifications for classwork, homework, projects and tests.

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Posted:Apr 08, 2001 5:43:58 PM

I am an inclusion teacher for all three grade levels across all subject areas in a middle school. I provide all modifications for the teams that serve my students or I review the ones the teachers have in place. The special educator is ultimately the one responsible for the implementation of the IEP.

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Posted:May 04, 2001 3:39:59 AM

I have served as a teacher consultant/resource middle school and high school
learning disabilities teacher.

I have compliled a one sheet modifications/adaptations sheet that I have asked teachers to use before coming to an IEP meeting when modifications are
developed by the team (including parents). This then becomes part of that
student's IEP. These modifcations/adaptations are developed per class at the secondary level.

If a student experiences failure in the general education room, this is the plan
that I find usually needs to be redeveloped to take the student from where
he/she is success.

For the the reluctant staff member, I would ask them specifically what they
think the student needs to be successful in their room. Then I would ask them
what the would like to try?

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Posted:May 19, 2001 11:47:10 PM

Marie,
I am interested in knowing the amount of time you spend modifying this number of assignments and tests, the amount of time you spend consulting with teachers, and the amount of time you spend in the classroom on a typical day. Also, do you teach any pull-out classes?
Thanks,
Jon

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Posted:May 26, 2001 7:32:33 PM

My Tim has inclusion for only social studies, skills 3 times a week,which is
8 special ed students per one teacher.

I think that stinks, he never gets one one one, they would rather label him lazy
than help him compensate for is capd.

That will be changing next year for sure.!!!!

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Anonymous
Joined Jul 29, 2014
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Posted:Apr 03, 2001 7:42:26 PM

I am currently an inclusion (in-class support) teacher for a sixth grade science class. I make modifications for classwork, homework, projects and tests.

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Anonymous
Joined Jul 29, 2014
Posts: 69140

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Posted:Apr 08, 2001 5:43:58 PM

I am an inclusion teacher for all three grade levels across all subject areas in a middle school. I provide all modifications for the teams that serve my students or I review the ones the teachers have in place. The special educator is ultimately the one responsible for the implementation of the IEP.

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Anonymous
Joined Jul 29, 2014
Posts: 69140

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Posted:May 04, 2001 3:39:59 AM

I have served as a teacher consultant/resource middle school and high school
learning disabilities teacher.

I have compliled a one sheet modifications/adaptations sheet that I have asked teachers to use before coming to an IEP meeting when modifications are
developed by the team (including parents). This then becomes part of that
student's IEP. These modifcations/adaptations are developed per class at the secondary level.

If a student experiences failure in the general education room, this is the plan
that I find usually needs to be redeveloped to take the student from where
he/she is success.

For the the reluctant staff member, I would ask them specifically what they
think the student needs to be successful in their room. Then I would ask them
what the would like to try?

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Anonymous
Joined Jul 29, 2014
Posts: 69140

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Posted:May 19, 2001 11:47:10 PM

Marie,
I am interested in knowing the amount of time you spend modifying this number of assignments and tests, the amount of time you spend consulting with teachers, and the amount of time you spend in the classroom on a typical day. Also, do you teach any pull-out classes?
Thanks,
Jon

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Anonymous
Joined Jul 29, 2014
Posts: 69140

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Posted:May 26, 2001 7:32:33 PM

My Tim has inclusion for only social studies, skills 3 times a week,which is
8 special ed students per one teacher.

I think that stinks, he never gets one one one, they would rather label him lazy
than help him compensate for is capd.

That will be changing next year for sure.!!!!

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