I am taking an introduction into SPED course at my college and we were discussing accommodations. I understand accommodations to be adjustments a teacher might make to assignments to aid a student in successfully completing the assignment, but it could also be behavior accommodations- like the, I am not sure what it is called so I will describe it, circular bumpy rubber seat cushion a child with sensory issues might use to help him/her understand his/her body in space and how to remain seated in a particular area without invading another child's space. (I hope this makes sense to all of you- I have seen them before and I know about them, but I have no idea what it is called). What are some accommodations you employ in your classrooms and why? Do you have specific accommodations for specific disabilities? Would having a squeeze stress ball be considered an accommodation for a child that exhibits aggressive impulses, or is that a simplification of what a true accommodation would be? Thanks for any help/clarifications you can make and examples you could provide me with!