Adapting the Classroom Environment for Students with Sensory Disorders

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Students with sensitivity to fluorescent lighting may benefit from any of the following adaptations except:

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1. Adapting the classroom environment for students with sensory issues:

2. Joshua is a kindergartner with Autism. He is sensitive to loud noises and crowds. Which of the following adaptations could help him?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In order for students with sensory issues to grow and thrive, specific learning environments are critical. In this quiz and worksheet, you'll be assessed on your knowledge of things that can help students who are sensitive to fluorescent lighting and adaptations made for students with sensory issues.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Your understanding of the following topics will be addressed in these assessments:

  • Changes in the classroom for students with sensory issues
  • Adaptations to teacher behavior that help students with sensory issues
  • Who is affected by sensitivities to sensory experiences
  • Things that can help students who are sensitive to fluorescent lighting
  • Adaptations for children who are sensitive to loud noises

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding learning environments and sensory disorders
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the adaptations for children who are sensitive to loud noises
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about the adaptations to teacher behavior that help students with sensory issues

Additional Learning

You have the chance to learn more about sensory friendly learning environments by reading the lesson titled Adapting the Classroom Environment for Students with Sensory Disorders. The lesson will help you:

  • Review the impact of a child's learning environment
  • Learn about the symptoms of sensory issues
  • Explore how children react to their environment when there are sensory disorders
  • Know how seating arrangements can impact a child
  • Explain the importance of organization, flexibility and choices when it comes to children with sensory disorders
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