The anuts and boltsa of supporting an inclusive program or implementing a new one! Helping teachers meet all studentsa learning needs in todayas diverse classrooms, this comprehensive resource shows how to establish an inclusive education program or enrich an existing one. The author provides strategies to assist students who are in special programs, who may be at risk, or who simply need additional support to be successful. Offering 108 reproducible forms and a complete resources section, this practical guide covers: Reading and written language accommodations Strategies for daily assignments and assessments Teaching strategies for mathematics Approaches for improving student behaviorMany commercial math practice pages include mixed problems on a page, such as addition and subtraction or multiplication and division. Ask the ... Allow students who are unable to memorize the basic facts to use a calculator without penalty.
|Title||:||The Teacher's Guide to Inclusive Education|
|Author||:||Peggy A. Hammeken|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2007-06-20|