Great Ideas: Using Service-learning and Differentiated Instruction to Help Your Students Succeed
Classrooms across the country are discovering the power of serviceā€“learning—the ideal way to help students develop social and academic skills while giving back to their community. Now for the first time, there's a practical how-to guide on using servingā€“learning to promote inclusion and differentiate instruction for students with and without disabilities.
Much more than "community service," serviceā€“learning activities help improve outcomes for all students because they're carefully linked to the curriculum and IEP goals. This book shows K –12 educators and administrators exactly how the serviceā€“learning approach
Readers will get a complete guide to every step of serviceā€“learning, from planning and funding service activities to monitoring the results and sustaining a schoolwide service-learning program. And the 30+ practical forms help educators assign student roles, determine necessary resources, differentiate instruction, evaluate what students are learning, and more.
A fresh, hands-on guide to inclusion that goes beyond coteaching, collaboration, or accommodations, this highly practical book will help educators make the most of every student's unique abilities—and build better communities inside and outside the classroom.
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Introduction to ServiceLearning
ServiceLearning StandardsBased Education
Why Use ServiceLearning in Inclusive
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