The information gathered from student records, previous teacher, parent interactions, and student conversations will be able to help me see what support, modifications, or accommodations I will have to apply. Knowing if a student has a disability would allow me to arrange my classroom in a way that meets the needs of the students, and allow her/him to move around with comfort. The knowledge I learn will also be helpful in trying to understand my students and how they learn best. I might have to ease students into working with others or simply give them time to feel comfortable sharing with the class. Other students might have to learn how to work with others. Over time students would learn how to work together. I would have clear expectations about them working together, there would be responsibilities and roles when students work together. For this to work, I will have to incorporate activities that require each member of the group to participate. I will also be able to properly integrate the material into the lesson to support students. This could include sentence frames, group collaboration, learning styles, interest, or other needs. Additionally, if I learn about students that become easily upset, I can prepare myself and find ways to help them calm down. It will be essential to talk to all students and be a role model by treating each other with respect. I strongly believe students can learn to care about each other’s feelings and respect different opinions from their peers.