This paper provides a general overview of inexpensive and accessible techniques to Muslim school teachers and educators to better address the needs of all students. Although designed specifically for students with special needs, these simple methods can also be implemented for the general student population, and used to enhance the overall learning environment while maintaining the current school curriculum.
3rd Annual West Coast ISNA-CISNAEducation Forum 2014 3 “Empowering Educators to Prepare Students for the Future” Final Paper Submission – O. ALAM – SPED
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