Once implemented, their effectiveness should be assessed on an ongoing basis and revised as needed. To meet the specific needs of a child, changes may need to be made in one or more of the following instructional conditions – remember, when the child can participate in an activity as it is, no changes need to be made: Reprinted with permission from "Accommodating All Children in the Early Childhood Classroom," Copyright 2002, Circle of Inclusion Project, University of Kansas, Lawrence. Retrieved from the Web site of the Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota ( Reading List General Educational Goals General Educational Goals Development Revolution Unit: Objectives Revolution Unit: Group Instructions Revolution Unit: Guidelines for Literature and Writing Revolution Unit: Rubric Immigration Unit: Objectives Immigration Unit: Group Instructions Immigration Unit: Oral History Project Honors Contract When I was a little girl, my mother told me stories about when she was a teacher in a one-room schoolhouse.I was at the time one of the many post-war baby boomers, attending a suburban Detroit elementary school with eight kindergartens in one building.
When one student believes his learning is unrelated to timely arrival to class and another student views punctuality as a sign of respect, or when one student asks many questions and another quietly wrestles with issues in the content, each may struggle with respect or acceptance of the others.Adaptations can make the difference between a child merely being present in the class and a child being actively involved.Developing adaptations and accommodations for a child with special needs is a continuous process that involves each child's collaborative team. This policy on learning resources was adopted in two parts: Part 1, which is filed here, states the policy on selection outlines criteria and procedures to be used; Part 2, which is filed under Code KLB, states the policy for dealing with materials, and provides guidelines for informal and formal reconsideration of selected resources.PART 1: SELECTION OF LEARNING RESOURCES Statement of Policy The policy is to provide a wide range of learning resources at varying levels of difficulty, with diversity of appeal, and the presentation of different points of view to meet the needs of students and teachers.The activities and materials used in most early childhood classrooms are designed to meet the needs of many children with or without disabilities.