I have 4 IEP kids who are unable to keep up my with my notes. I want to accommodate them somehow. I've tried Close notes before but there are certain times when we take notes that are unpredictable. For instance, I read the book A Wrinkle in Time as a read-aloud. Now we're watching the movie in segments and stopping at intervals to talk about what's the same and different using a t-chart, later to be placed into a double bubble map, then a compare contrast activity, then writing. The students come up with everything and I record on the board and they copy in their notes to later refer to. The issue is that my IEP kids not only cannot keep up (2 have fine motor issues) but they can't copy accurately. This is not an activity that I can do close notes with for obvious reasons. I want to do right by them but just don't know what. I could always take someone else's notes and make a copy for them I suppose, but then they're just sitting there not engaged. Also, I certainly don't want to single them out before their classmates by having them just sit there. I'd also like other suggestions in place of close notes if anyone has any! Thanks!