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Accommodating All Children in Early Childhood Setting (Sped)

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Accommodating All Children in Early Childhood Setting (Sped)

  1. 1. THE ACTIVITIES AND MATERIALS USED IN MOST EARLY CHILDHOOD CLASSROOM ARE DESIGNED TO MEET THE NEEDS OF MANY CHILDREN WITH OR WITHOUT DISABILITY. Accommodating All Children in Early Childhood Classroom
  2. 2. INSTRUCTIONAL CONDITIONS TO MEET THE NEEDS OF A CHILD  INSTRUCTIONAL GROUPINGS OR ARRANGEMENT- for any given activity, there are a number of instructional arrangement in which to choose from: large group, small group, cooperative, etc.  LESSON FORMAT- The format of a lesson may be altered to meet the needs of a child by including more opportunities for whole discussions, games, role laying etc.  TEACHING STRATEGIES- A change in teaching strategies can influence a child’s ability to participate
  3. 3. INSTRUCTIONAL CONDITIONS TO MEET THE NEEDS OF A CHILD  CURRICULAR GOALS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES- to match the needs of a child within the context of an activity.  ADAPTATIONS TO THE METHOD FOR RESPONDING- sometimes children may understand a concept yet need an adaptation in the way they demonstrate that knowledge  ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS- The environmental arrangement in an important aspect of any early childhood setting.
  4. 4. INSTRUCTIONAL CONDITIONS TO MEET THE NEEDS OF A CHILD  MODIFICATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS- it is sometimes necessary to physically adapt instructional or play materials to facilitate a child’s participation.  LEVEL OF ERSONAL ASSISTANCE- a child’s need for assistance may range from periodic sot checks to close continuous supervision.  AN ALTERNATIVE ACTIVITY- This curricular adaptation should be used as a last choice when the above conditions cannot be used to meet a child’s need.
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