Consider the following scenario:
Several students in your fifth grade class are disengaged during math instruction and discussions. One student has an IEP (Individualized Education Program) for ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), one student has an IEP for dyslexia, one student has an IEP for visual impairment, and one student has severe language development concerns preventing understanding of instructional material.
reflecting on major concepts, principles, and theories in which you describe instructional strategies along with the differentiation you would implement that would encourage them to participate and develop more confidence in their abilities.
Strategies that support engagement in the class as a whole, the role of language, and readiness of learning, based on the theories learned in class.
How you would modify instruction by applying the concepts and theories related to development (cognitive, linguistic, social, emotional, and physical).
How you will create developmentally appropriate instruction that takes into consideration the students’ strengths, differences, interests, and needs.
Strategies that can be implemented for motivation and acquisition of knowledge.
Strategies to provide equitable access for all students to appropriate digital tools and resources.