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SMARTER Teaching: Developing Accommodations to Reduce Cognitive Barriers to Learning for Individuals with Learning Disabilities

Lenz, B.K., & Scanlon, D. (1998). SMARTER teaching: Developing accommodations to reduce cognitive barriers to learning for individuals with learning disabilities. Perspectives, 24(3), 16-19.

Topic: Professional Development
Subcategory: Think Piece
Summary: A teacher planning routine (SMARTER) has been developed to help teachers be more sensitive to the information processing needs of their students.

 

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