Teaching students in inclusive settings adapting and accommodating instruction
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Since then, it has evolved into a recognized approach to comprehension instruction and has been implemented across Canada, the US, the UK, Sweden, and China. NOTE: Used books, rentals, and purchases made outside of Pearson If purchasing or renting from companies other than Pearson, the access codes for the Enhanced Pearson e Text may not be included, may be incorrect, or may be previously redeemed. Just the FACTS101 provides the essentials of the textbook: all of the outlines, highlights, and quizzes for your textbook with optional online comprehensive practice tests. A powerful instructional method for hooking students on academic learning Drawing from a teaching model designed to banish boredom and student apathy, this book explains how dramatic practices can serve as powerful tools for enlivening lessons and captivating students, even ...
This fifth edition offers explicit instructions and examples for working with students in the least restrictive environment based on the latest laws.
It also includes user-friendly applications on how to adapt and accommodate instruction with respect to diversity, technology, collaboration, and standards-based education.
A chapter format that aligns with effective teaching.
o These strategies are aligned with activities provided on the Companion Website and in the instructor's manual.
The text includes user-friendly applications on how to adapt and accommodate instruction."--BOOK JACKET. West -- History of Special Education -- Early History: A Brief Review -- The Modern Era: Setting the Stage -- Section 504: Civil Rights for Citizens with Disabilities -- The Education for All Handicapped Children Act -- Disability Legislation Post-IDEA -- Inclusion -- Idea and Access to General Education -- Five Faces of Inclusion -- Collaboration Between Professional Educators and Families -- New Roles, New Challenges -- Collaboration -- Effective Communication for Successful Collaboration -- Collaboration Between the Special Educator and the General Educator -- Consultation -- Collaborative Consultation -- Co-Teaching -- Preparing to Co-Teach -- Teacher Support Teams -- The Importance of Administrative Support -- Parents as Partners -- Parents Know First -- Parent Conferences -- Paraeducators and Collaboration -- Students with Low-Incidence Disabilities / Paul H.