The first setting modification that can be applied is the introduction of visual aids for some tasks. Some of the children struggle with a number of activities that consist of multiple steps, notably drawing, and most of the children cannot remember which containers to return objects to, especially once those containers are empty. If aids are introduced, it will be easier for the children who struggle to perform the tasks, and all of the children should become better at organizing different objects. As a result, the classroom will become more orderly overall, activities will be more streamlined, and everyone will find it easier to participate and keep up.
The second modification would be to introduce equipment aids, most importantly a walker. One of the children in the classroom struggles to walk and moves around using a wheelchair, which is often inconvenient because of the many obstacles in the classroom. However, his legs are not entirely disabled, and he can move around somewhat, which likely enables him to use a walker. With it, he would be much freer to move around and able to take part in more activities without disturbing others too much in the process.
The third modification is the encouragement of children to interact with some of their more excluded peers more. I already do so and try to involve everyone in activities as much as possible, but I would like the children to engage more at their own initiative. I will need to educate children more on everyone’s needs and how they can keep interacting while respecting those requirements. If this initiative succeeds, the children will interact positively with less intervention on my part, allowing me to focus on the education process.