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When creating a safe and secure classroom environment. It is vital that each student’s needs and learning abilities are kept in mind. All students are diverse and it is imperative to create an environment that makes each child feel safe and secure. This can be done with how the classroom is designed, which includes the color, organization, student work area, and other items that ensure that the students will be calm and fell safe. (Puckett, 2013) When creating a safe and secure classroom environment. It is vital that each student’s needs and learning abilities are kept in mind. All students Foundations and Implications of a Differentiated Classroom By providing students opportunities to
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