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Joy of Literacy
An Integrated & Efficient Way To Teach Emergent Readers
An Engaging Series to Teach High Frequency Words and Rhyming Spelling Patterns
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Creating Inclusive Learning Environments for Young Children
What to Do on Monday Morning
Author(s) : Clarissa Willis
Research-based techniques to help all children thrive in early childhood settings!
More and more frequently, early childhood educators teach children with special needs, yet few have the necessary background knowledge and experiences to meet the challenge of teaching in an inclusive classroom.
Evidence-Based Instsructional Strategies for Transition
Author(s) : David W. Test
This book has the practical, evidence-based guidance readers need to help students with significant disabilities prepare for every aspect of adult life, from applying for a job to improving social skills. An essential road map for all professionals involved in providing transition services, this book will help ensure that students with moderate and severe disabilities reach their destination: a successful adult life that reflects their goals and dreams.
Inclusive Assessment and Accountability
A Guide to Accommodations for Students with Diverse Needs
Author(s) : Sara Bolt, Andrew Roach
Grades K - 12
Practitioners need reliable methods for accurately measuring the progress of all K-12 students in district- and statewide assessments/m-/including those students who face obstacles to ordinary testing. This important book provides step-by-step guidelines for choosing appropriate accommodations and alternative testing practices for students with mild to severe disabilities as well as English language learners. The authors also outline strategies, including universal design principles for instruction and assessment, to ensure that students with diverse needs are given access to the general education curriculum.
Teacher's Guide to ADHD
Author(s) : Robert Reid, Joseph Johnson
Meeting a key need for teachers, this book provides practical, data-based tools for helping students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) succeed in the classroom. The authors combine instructional expertise with extensive knowledge about the nature and treatment of ADHD. Coverage includes ways to support students and teach them needed strategies in core areas: academic skills, behavior, self-regulation, and social skills. Step-by-step instructions and concrete examples help teachers implement effective interventions and accommodations. The book also offers crucial guidance for teaming with other school professionals and with parents.
The Power of Visual Imagery
A Reading Comprehension Program for Students with Reading Difficulties
Author(s) : Karen Kelly
Grades K - 12
Reading comprehension is a difficult skill for may students, regardless of their ability to read the words on a page. Although this task is the ultimate goal of reading, there are not many programs that actually teach the skills of understanding printed material. "The Power of Visual Imagery. A Reading Comprehension Program for Students with Reading Difficulties" includes the theroretical underpinnings as well as the actual lesson plans for teachers to use independently or with their current language arts program.
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