A high school maths teacher has a few learners in her classes who have learning disabilities that affect various aspects of their maths performance. The teacher has planned a new instructional unit on probability and wants to make sure that all the learners with learning disabilities will be able to fully participate in unit activities. The teacher can best help ensure this outcome by: 1. Preparing a selection of alternative activities that require less advanced maths skills for the learners with learning disabilities. 2. Asking the special education teacher to review the planned activities and using adaptations suggested for each learner who has learning disabilities. 3. Having learners with learning disabilities work on unit activities with a peer partner who has strong maths skills. 4. Trying a few sample activities with learners who have learning disabilities before beginning the unit and adjusting as needed.
4. Trying a few sample activities with learners who have learning disabilities before beginning the unit and adjusting as needed.