The formation of a personal pedagogy and the informing of an art-making practice.
Each and every child requires specialized attention.
Some students' exceptionalities, however, may require an even greater need for specialized or modified instruction. Whether a student is advanced, or delayed, in comparison to his/her peers, a teacher must be able to adapt classroom activities to fit the student's individual needs.
Often times, an activity or modification to instruction may not only benefit that individual student, but may also help the entire class. Providing enrichment materials and scaffolding resources for students is key. In working with students with exceptionalities at every end of the spectrum, I've learned that individual needs of all students must always be considered.