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Fri, Jan 13, 2012 1:08 PM in Science and Special Education?
I teach SPED Resource for ELAR, however I use science as a reward for behavior and completing work. This has been really successful as students want to work toward a science experiment that is hands on and relevant to them. Using it as a "reward" has made my students think of science as exciting and fun, not a subject so hard that they do not enjoy.
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