This book provides examples and recommends highly effective and practical instructional and assessment strategies that classroom teachers can immediately implement and that school administrators can readily observe. These high yield strategies build on accepted practices and directly address the needs of struggling students. His no nonsense, common sense approach assists classroom teachers in organizing their instruction by connecting preparation and instruction to student notes, homework, test preparation, and assessments so students study more effectively. This results in increased student performance. Bill also emphasizes the importance of student-teacher relationships and the implementing a success-on-success model.If the teacher is trying to develop an idea or concept by having the students examine problems looking for a pattern, that takes a lot of board space ... Placing the smart board right in the middle of connecting whiteboards is really bad planning.
|Title||:||Teaching Struggling Students in Math|
|Author||:||William Hanlon, Bill Hanlon|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2012|