Adapting the Curriculum . Kelly Brey CBC March 2002. Definition of Inclusive Programming:.
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-(Janney & Snell, 2000)
(Bersoff & Hoffer, 1990)
Sally is 13 years old, and has obsessive compulsive disorder as well as a developmental delay. She is functioning at or near grade level in several areas, but struggles with decision making and tasks that require close attention (such as math). What adaptations could be made to simplify the curriculum?
(Janney & Snell, 2000)
(Schumm & Vaughn, 1991)
Climate of warmth and inclusiveness
Instructional practices emphasize meaning, active learning and interaction.
Rely heavily on textbook based curriculum
Large group lectures
Uniform seatwork exercisesDifferences Between Classrooms:
--3rd level: Individualized
adaptations & accommodations
--2nd level: Inclusive curricular
& instructional practices
--1st level: Inclusive
“Accommodating schools and classrooms decrease the need for individualized adaptations”(Janney & Snell, 2000)