- Restructuring Schools For Linguistic Diversity
This book by Ofelia B. Miramontes, Adel Nadeau, and Nancy L. Commins provides educators with a decision-making approach complemented by the process for designing programs for linguistically diverse students that goes beyond just consideration of "models". The Illinois Resource Center views this book as a must for any school seeking to restructure their schools to more effectively address the needs of ELLs.
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- The Differentiated Classroom: Responding to the Needs of all
Matching your instructional approach to the needs and interests of every student is an overwhelming challenge unless you follow the comprehensive approach offered in this book. Carol Ann Tomlinson, the leading authority on differentiation explains common sense, classroom-proven approaches that work for teachers in any grade level.
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- Class Profile Maker from Teaching Every Student
The UDL Class Profile Maker helps you learn to use the UDL framework of the three learning brain networks to understand your students better. The UDL Class Profile Maker Tutorial gives you practice in using the UDL framework to develop a class profile of strengths, challenges, and interests. The UDL Class Profile Maker Tool structures you online as you develop a class learning profile for your own students. The UDL Class Learning Profile Template is a downloadable template you can use on screen or in print to develop your own class learning profile.
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- Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners
An Introduction to Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners by Manka M. Varghese In this article, I aim to provide an overview of some of the critical information that teachers in U.S. public schools would find helpful to know about their students whose first language is not English.
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- The Struggling Reader: Interventions that Work
This practical guide by Cooper, Chad & Kiger for elementary and middle school teachers provides a systematic, classroom-tested framework for: Assessing students and diagnosing their needs Teaching them based on findings Providing practice opportunities Allowing them to apply the material, and Reassessing to determine whether more instruction, practice, and application are needed.
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