Student Diversity: Classroom Strategies to Meet the Learning Needs of All Students

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Pembroke Publishers Limited, Jan 1, 2006 - Education - 138 pages
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This practical handbook shows teachers how to use collaboration, assessment, and strategic teaching to meet the needs of all students — from ESL learners and children with disabilities to students with different learning styles. From relationship-building activities to ways to meet specific curriculum expectations, the book offers practical strategies and organizational frameworks that help teachers reach all students. It demonstrates how to:

  • choose key strategies and skills, and model these strategies for students;
  • adapt units of study to make them more accessible for all students;
  • incorporate the power of multiple intelligences in planning lessons;
  • design effective learning sequences within the classroom;
  • provide students with special needs support to reach their learning goals;
  • use assessment to inform instruction;
  • create learning experiences that help all students grow and succeed.

Based on extensive classroom experience, the authors present teaching scenarios that embrace collaboration between classroom and support teachers. They offer samples of exemplary classroom practices ranging from structured activities, strategies, and sequences to workshops, projects, and thematic units. First steps in implementing and modeling strategies for students are an integral part of the book.

This updated edition has been expanded to include major sections on narrative and personal writing as well as specific strategies that tie assessment to lesson planning. New approaches to novel study, math, and social studies instruction are also included.

  

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Contents

Foreword
5
Introduction
7
First Chapter
9

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Page 132 - K. Gregory (1992) Together Is Better. Collaborative Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting. Winnipeg, MB: Peguis. Fielding, L. & D. Pearson. (1994) "Reading Comprehension: What Works.

About the author (2006)

Leyton Schnellert is an in-service faculty associate at Simon Fraser University.

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