2 edition of Differentiating instruction with menus for the inclusive classroom found in the catalog.
Differentiating instruction with menus for the inclusive classroom
Laurie E. Westphal
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Laurie E. Westphal|
|LC Classifications||LB1576 .W4846 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011050398|
Most forms are customizable. The attractive reproducible menus in the book address topics such as geometry, graphing and measurement, and basic algebra. This book seems influenced by the same material, as projects range from "sing a song" to "create a collage" to "create a Venn diagram" and many other ideas, besides. Simple, straightforward solutions to a complex problem! Despite this limitation, the menu could be adapted for argumentative writing with a little bit of work and creativity. Within its structured environment, students see key concepts demonstrated through real classroom video footage, practice what they learn, test their understanding, and receive feedback to guide their learning and ensure they master key learning outcomes.
Menus with similar formats but geared towards varying ability levels allow teachers to differentiate easily. The strategies in this book will help you: Deeply engage every learner while challenging students to think critically, self-regulate, and direct their own learning Set new roles for student and teacher that encourage learner autonomy Employ cutting-edge techniques for designing rigorous E4 curriculum effective, engaging, enriching, and exciting A primer on differentiation, which answers the crucial question, Why differentiate at all? School-Age Language Intervention shows that the research evidence continues to support the themes of the popular Contextualized Language Intervention: intervention within naturalistic, motivating communicative contexts, using the critical treatment elements of RISE Repeated opportunities, Intensive schedule, Systematic support, Explicit skill focus. The author of books, research articles, and numerous chapters, Nevin is recognized for her scholarship and dedication to providing meaningful, practice-oriented, research-based strategies for teachers to integrate students with special learning needs.
A new Chapter 4 focuses on the use of standards in writing objectives and organizing lesson plan resources while an updated Chapter 5 details each step of the lesson planning process. Also included are specific guidelines for products, rubrics for assessing student products, and teacher introduction pages for each menu. Author by : Daniel J. But for a teacher looking for a fast turn-around using menus, these ready-made rubrics make diving in a little less daunting. Drawing on extensive classroom experience, the authors: Explain the core features of RTI and what they look like in action Describe evidence-based instructional methods for reading, writing, math, and behavior Show how to fit assessment and progress monitoring into the busy school day Present color-coded intervention recipes for all three tiers of RTI implementation Provide hands-on tools and 50 reproducibles, with a large format and sturdy wire binding for ease of use RTI in Practice: a Practical Guide to Implementing Effective Evidence-Based Interventions in Your School. A comprehensive guide to the why and how of systematic instruction, this is the accessible text teachers need to succeed in inclusive classrooms and improve outcomes for students with moderate and severe disabilities.
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Thousand served as a special educator in Chicago area and Atlanta public schools and as the coordinator of early childhood special education services for children ages 3 through 6 in the Burlington, Vermont area.
This book provides six different types of menus that students can use to select exciting products that they will develop so teachers can assess what has been learned—instead of using a traditional worksheet format. Topics addressed include physical science, biological science, Earth science, and tools scientists use.
Menus with similar formats but geared towards varying ability levels allow teachers to differentiate easily. Author and educator, Nancy Hutchinson draws on her extensive experience educating students to help shape the skills and strategies future teachers need to create an inclusive classroom by individualizing learning for each student regardless of their exceptionality.
Prufrock Press offers books of menus much like this one for teachers of math, science, and social studies as well. The book provides numerous types of leveled menus that lower and on-level elementary-aged students can use to demonstrate learning through a method of their choice.
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Providing new ideas, fresh perspectives, and additional research-based strategies, teachers will learn to seamlessly integrate differentiated instruction practices into their daily routines.
This book connects the unique learning differences among gifted students to the specific teaching methods used to tailor their educational experiences.
Villa has been a classroom teacher, special education administrator, pupil personnel services director, and director of instructional services and has authored 4 books and over 70 articles and chapters. The 55 pages of part one can easily be consumed in a matter of hours—a quick evening or weekend project before determining which menu to implement first.
Providing key indicators for each standard along with the theoretical rationale and "best practice" strategies, the book offers teachers invaluable guidance for enhancing language, literacy, thinking, and content learning across the curricula. In chapter 2, Westphal explains the ways menus can be used in the classroom, from building background knowledge to enrichment to curriculum compacting, which can be an especially powerful way to meet the needs of gifted students.
Each intervention handout is ready to use: it clearly describes the skill involved, indicates which children should use the intervention, and suggests easy-to-implement strategies. Westphal describes the benefits and limitations of each.
The book provides numerous types of leveled menus that middle school students can use to select exciting products to demonstrate learning. She is the author of 21 books and numerous research articles and chapters on issues related to inclusive education, organizational change strategies, differentiated instruction and universal design, co-teaching and collaborative teaming, cooperative group learning, creative problem solving, positive behavioral supports, and, now, culturally proficiency special education.
All the how-to guidance they need is in this accessible text on systematic instruction, a highly effective teaching approach rooted in applied behavior analysis. This book seems influenced by the same material, as projects range from "sing a song" to "create a collage" to "create a Venn diagram" and many other ideas, besides.
Great study aid for kids. Chapters address how to effectively teach diverse and deep vocabulary knowledge, complex syntactic skills, and the narrative and informational discourse needed to understand and produce academic texts.
This one-of-a-kind textbook fully prepares teachers to use systematic instruction procedures to link core content with critical life skills. Category: Education. Research-based classroom and content strategies for the inclusive classroom.
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