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How can I help students with disabilities complete tasks independently?

Students with disabilities exhibit many individual characteristics. Therefore, this may vary from student to student. You may want to check with a student once they receive an assignment and have them repeat the instructions to you. Then, have them report to you after a certain amount of time or after completion of a certain amount of the assignment. That will help you to keep track of the student progress and provide the student with scheduled opportunities to interact with you. These scheduled interactions will assist the student with working independently when they know that they will have the chance to get your feedback at a set time. Visit the section on strategy instruction for more information on self-regulation for students with disabilities.

 
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