Inclusion places a special needs student in a regular education classroom for the full day or part of the day(Webster).
Inclusion is good in the classroom so the kids can make friends and feel like they are not being left out.
An informal assessment is assessing a student in a casual atmosphere using checklists, observation, performance and the student may not even know about it(2014). An informal assessment helps a teacher understand what level their student is on by going over their work, like their writing skills.
Mentoring is a relationship between someone who is experience and someone who isn’t experienced, with the more experienced person helping the less…show more content… (((July, 2013 19)July, 2013 19)July, 2013 19).
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