Specially Designed Instruction (SDI) occurs when special educators adapt content, methodology or instruction to work on students' IEP goals. While this can occur in pull-out settings, many of us are embracing inclusive practices. But how do you work on goals that may not seem to fit with the general education curriculum? I recently created a handout with some examples for a presentation. Check out all the details here.
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Anne M. Beninghof
Anne's mission is to improve instruction through collaboration and the sharing of creative, practical ideas for educators.