Clara Espinoza Núñez

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.83-89

Curricular adaptation is presented as a crucial element to facilitate the educational success of students with different abilities. This article explores how curricular adaptation strategies can serve as a bridge to more inclusive and effective learning for these students. The specific challenges they face, such as differences in learning pace and individualized support needs, are addressed, and it is highlighted how curricular adaptations can help level the playing field in the classroom. It is also considered a fundamental pedagogical strategy that is used to address the specific needs of students with different abilities, these students may have a wide range of abilities and challenges, which may include cognitive, physical, sensory or emotional disabilities, since they do not Since all students learn in the same way or at the same pace, it is essential that educators adopt a flexible and personalized approach in the design of their educational programs, this involves adjusting or modifying the standard curriculum to meet the individual needs of students. This may involve changes in the presentation of content, in teaching methodologies, in evaluation and in the duration of learning. For example, some students may require more time to process information or may benefit from a more visual or hands-on teaching approach. The inclusion of curricular adaptations can help students with different abilities to actively participate in the learning process and achieve their educational goals. This is essential to empower these students and to ensure that they have access to quality education that allows them to realize their full potential.

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