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For the Teachers

Teachers play a vital role in aiding LD students reach their potential. Learning is very difficult for LD children, and it is teachers who have to work with the disability to give the students the education they deserve.

LD students require extra attention and effort, accommodations, and modifications. A teacher can use different instructional strategies to effectively teach LD students.

- Differentiating instruction

- Creating a Universal Design for Learning

- Structuring programs

- Using multi-modalities

- Getting assistive technology

- Using a token economy

- Use organizational aids

- Allowing movement or breaks for students who also have AD/HD

Resources for teachers of LD/ADHD students: