We see that these days as the advancements in the education system and the attendance management system is taking place, we cannot but help provide students with supplementary notes, activities, and help so that they can carry on with their life. We see that hands-on activities are often the best way to get all students engaged in learning as we have seen the teachers try that in the classrooms and see exceptional results. It is suggested that whenever teachers can, they must assign their students small-group as well as project-based assignments that promote active as well as collaborative learning. We know that if teachers have students work in small groups, they may need some initial guidance on how to work well together as well. They must make sure to give students choices whenever they can as a teacher. We see that some students like to tackle challenging tasks first, while others might prefer to start simply as well as then ease into tougher tasks. They must let students choose which activities to complete first as well. We see that giving them some control over their schedule shows that they respect each student’s individuality, strengths, as well as needs. They must take care and provide as many models as they can. We know that modeling is a powerful teaching tool as when students see a new skill in action, it can help them learn that skill faster as well as more accurately. They must also make sure to look for opportunities to weave modeling into their lessons as well. They can also make sure to model skills themselves, but don’t forget the power of peer modeling, too at the same time. They must make sure to give students with disabilities plenty of chances to work directly with their classmates as well as watch them model important academic and social skills. This is something that should be specially taken care of, as students with disabilities need extra support and care. Efforts should be made to allow the disabled and non-disabled students to mingle together and do classroom activities together as well. They must also take care and boost participation as well. Teachers must make sure to give all students lots of opportunities to respond in class, as well as many different ways to participate. We see that not only does this get every student more actively engaged with their lesson, we see that it also increases the amount of positive reinforcement they’ll receive at the same time. They must allow students with different strengths as well as needs to respond in different ways, such as speaking instead of writing and vice versa. We see that teachers can go a step ahead by rethinking grading at the same time. We see that for students who have extensive support needs, traditional grading systems probably won’t be the best way to show what they can do as well. They must consider alternative grading approaches that more meaningfully capture the progress students with disabilities are making toward their academic goals at the same time. This can make sure that they achieve what they want to and as possibly as they can. They must also make sure to teach students self-management as well. We see that equipping students with the skills they need to manage their performance is a useful way to keep them on track as well as learning. They might need to use several different forms of communication when teaching students to manage their behavior as well as learning. For example, we see that a student who doesn’t speak or read might use picture prompts to learn self-management skills as well. We see that for other students, a written list carried in their wallets or backpacks may work better as well. The teacher might also consider using a reward system that gives students points for steps toward increased independence as well. They must make sure to be flexible and creative, as well as adapt self-management strategies to their students’ needs and preferred forms of communication as well. The school information management system can carry out the details of the self-management efforts that are being taken place.