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Adapting Curriculum &  Adapting Curriculum &  Instruction Instruction Dr. Handler Dr. Handler
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Adaptations Any changes to environment, curriculum,  instruction and/or assessment practices  Changes are made to provide students with  meaningful & productive learning experiences,  environments & assessments based on individual  needs
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Accommodations Changes made in  HOW   students access  content and demonstrate learning Instructional level, content or performance  standards  DO NOT  substantially change
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Modifications Changes made in  WHAT students are  expected to learn and to demonstrate Instructional level, content or  performance standards  ARE substantially changed
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7 Steps Adapting Curriculum & Instruction Step 1 Select subject area to be taught Step 2 Identify the specific topic to be taught Step 3 Briefly identify curricular goals for most learners  
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7 Steps Adapting Curriculum & Instruction
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