Accomodating a child
When we modify and accommodate, we train them to under perform. All children have the right to an education that will allow them to succeed to the fullest extent of their potential. The DOE regulations specifically require differentiation. Many schools have adopted differentiation as their official policy; moreover, the school system asserts that all children have the right to an education that will allow them to succeed to the fullest extent of their potential.
I agree completely with Pat Howey who points out that if teachers differentiated instruction to meet individual student needs, there might not be a need for special education.
In this case, an appropriate modification may be to allow the child to write answers using a computer.
Children with disabilities are often not taught how to write, read, spell or do arithmetic in special education.
Decide whether or not the program can provide the foods that meet the child’s special dietary needs before agreeing to enroll that child in the child care program.
If the program cannot provide foods to meet the child's needs, ask the parents to provide meals and snacks that meet their child's needs, or refer the family to another child care program that can better accommodate their child's special diet. Cow’s milk is a problem for some infants and young children.
Allergic reactions range from mild skin sensitivity to very severe symptoms, including difficulty breathing.Families also may request certain foods that reflect their cultural background.Consider including some of these foods in your weekly menus, both to help children from that culture feel more comfortable, and to introduce other children in in the child care program to these foods that are part of their classmate's culture.Will an essay test measure a child’s knowledge of history?Or will an essay test measure the child’s disability (inability to write)?