Educating Non-Native English Speakers/Special Needs

In U.S. schools and colleges of the twenty-first century, classroom settings, particularly in urban contexts, serve a wide array of students, including some with home languages other than English, some who have experienced trauma in their lives, and some who might have a disability. In the past, students from some of these diverse backgrounds might have been taught in their own separate, non-mainstream classrooms or programs. Todays teachers, however, are expected to effectively educate almost all learners in integrated classroom settings. Discuss how you, as an educator, would ensure that all students in your diverse classroom received an optimal education. Include models of instruction you would use, and how you would collaborate with other educational professionals, staff and parents. Finally, reflect on how your thinking about educating all students has evolved. Click Order now to have a similar paper completed for you by our team of Experts.

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