"An in-depth, effectively organized resource guide for teachers at all grade levels, putting meaningful, practical strategies and activities just a page-turn away. Filled with the voices of teachers and students, this book won't have time to gather dust on the shelf."
—Ruth Devlin, ELL Teacher
Paradise Professional Development School, Las Vegas, NV
"I love the way the book addresses specific behaviors and classroom situations. The format is consistent throughout the text, which makes finding information on a specific topic, skill, or content area easy."
—Roxie Ahlbrecht, Second-Grade Teacher
Robert Frost Elementary School, Sioux Falls, SD
Evidence-based practices for delivering instruction that meets students' diverse learning needs!
The increased inclusion of students with disabilities and learning differences in the general education elementary classroom has challenged novice and expert educators to seek more effective ways of meeting diverse learning needs. This detailed guide offers easy access to information about effective teaching methods that allow educators to be more responsive to individual concerns.
63 Tactics for Teaching Diverse Learners, K–6 presents successful, teacher-tested instructional methods that can be used across content areas and grade levels for elementary students with or without disabilities. The authors provide a practical, research-based teaching model that focuses on planning, managing, delivering, and evaluating instruction. Readers will find:
- Descriptions of how to teach students with diverse learning styles and needs
- Feedback from teachers on how to implement or modify each tactic
- Information to help teachers choose appropriate strategies for specific subjects, grades, or learning difficulties
Motivational and multifaceted, this resource is an essential tool for providing an informed approach that improves academic performance for all elementary students.