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Do you adapt resources for a non-traditional learner?

62% Constantly

33% Sometimes

2% Rarely

2% Never


We have k-12 learners we adapt our material and learning so we can fit them all in


This year has been a year of constant adjustment and readjustment. My oldest is a mover and has difficulty focusing. I'm working piece by piece to find what works best for him. He also works best one-on-one. I have 4 boys all together and trying to teach him completely separately is a challenge for me.


That's why we are doing homeschool. He is bright and gets concepts easily. He is also on the autism spectrum and has a low threshold for work. I shorten assignments when he demonstrates understanding, let him type long writing assignments instead of handwriting, and when he is done with the curriculum I've assigned, I let him choose his own activities. Lots of movement breaks.


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