Research confirms that the earlier interventions occur in a child’s life, the greater the likelihood the child will make strides in maximizing their full cognitive or behavioral potential.
Differentiated Instruction is the way in which a teacher anticipates and responds to a variety of student needs in the classroom, providing multiple access points to essential instruction.
Schools that intentionally provide a positive path for learning help to build respect for all students and set a tone for lifelong achievement.
Creating an inclusive classroom begins with a belief that all students can succeed, using strategies to move students forward. All four areas of development—spiritual, physical, social-emotional and academic—must be addressed in an inclusive classroom.