Dr. William Bender says the next step is to target your differentiated instruction to partner it with inclusive instruction in the general education classroom. Another suggestion is don't differentiate everyday - differentiate two or perhaps three days a week and whole group activities on the other days.
Dr. William Bender alludes to the fact that students fear mathematics, much more than most every other area of curriculum. So mathematics teachers have a higher hurdle to jump to make students comfortable.
Dr. William Bender discusses the next aspect of the SHEMR acronym - humor. For example, any time students laugh or giggle at some content-based humor that the teacher has shared with them, their brains actually begin to release certain neurotransmitters which help in learning.
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