Topic: All for Music & Music for All (Inclusion in the music room)
Welcome: Welcome to #elmusedchat. Please introduce yourself & describe a time someone made an effort to include you & how it felt.
Q1: Accommodations change how content is taught, made accessible, or assessed with the same goals/objectives. What are some accommodations that you frequently use to ensure that these learners feel included and experience success? #elmusedchat
Q2: How do you keep track of specific accommodations students need above & beyond great teaching (like the ones in the paperwork)? How do you find relevance to music within these written accommodations? #elmusedchat
Q3: Modifications may also change how content is taught, but they change what the student goals/objectives. What are some modifications you have used that allow learners with modifications to still feel like a valuable piece of the music class community? #elmusedchat
Q4: How can you provide leadership opportunities for students who may require accommodations/modifications in many musical tasks? #elmusedchat
Q5: How can we encourage students to accept and rejoice in the inclusion, growth, & progress of differently-abled peers? #elmusedchat
Q6: Many of us are loners on our campuses, so to find accommodations/modifications that work for our individual learners in music class can take a bit of reaching out. Where/to whom do you go to for help finding what will work best for your students? #elmusedchat