Special Populations2019-02-07T12:27:30-07:00

ISSUE #11 • FEBRUARY 2018

WORKING WITH SPECIAL POPULATIONS

Each day, we have the honor of teaching multiple student populations. ELL,
Gifted and Talented and Special Education students all bring different joys and challenges to our classrooms.

In this issue, we’re highlighting tips, strategies and resources to integrate the arts with these students.

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CLASSROOM IDEAS

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