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Neurodiversity in the Classroom: Bring Out the Best in Special-Needs Students

Catherina Fisher

View our students with special needs in terms of "diversity" rather than "disability. By embracing this more positive perspective, and coupling it with differentiation strategies that build on students' strengths, we can help ensure that our students with special needs achieve success both in the classroom and out in the real world.

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