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You might want to try a Social Skills (Picture) Book like those used with students who have autism and/or teaching the student Self Monitoring of Behavior. As for other accommodations, if the disability has interfered with student learning, preferntial seating, oral administration as allowable, small group or individual assistance, peer assistants, modified grading, reduced assignments, additional time to complete assignments/tests, visual cues, alternative assessment procedures, oral presentations, etc.

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Q: What are some good classroom accommodations for high school students with tourett's syndrome?
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