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Supporting Individual Needs

This collection of resources and articles is designed to help educators devise an approach for supporting individual needs in the classroom: from English Language Learners or students with disabilities, to conflict resolution and giving feedback.

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Five ways to fuse the arts with language development
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Help students build language and communication skills through poetry and puppetry
Article
Enhancing instruction with performing, visual and language arts can build skills, confidence, and understanding for ELLs
Article
How does arts integration align with the principles of Differentiated Instruction?
Article
An introduction for educators to differentiation instruction through the arts for academically gifted students
Article
A group art project can be an incredibly rewarding and fun experience, but conflicts between students are par for the course
Article
These seven suggestions get you started in giving useful and engaging feedback to your students
Article
Seven simple steps for educators to create a classroom environment that is friendly to creativity
Article
An introduction for arts educators to portfolio assessment
Article
How theater and visual arts can help to engage your students to read
Article
Learn about artistically gifted students and how can others can help them reach their potential
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