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What Every Teacher Should Know About Special Learners

What Every Teacher Should Know About Special Learners

October 2003 | 128 pages | Corwin

The concise guide to differentiating instruction for special learners

Teaching and learning strategies have a profound effect on students with disabilities as well as on gifted and talented students. This resource for the classroom teacher covers:

  • Special education categories
  • Special education regulations, laws, programs, and processes: IDEA, 504, referral, assessment, placement, IEP, and more
  • Identifying and working with special learners
  • Special learners in the regular classroom
  • Helping students use a variety of modalities to process, store, and retrieve information
  • Effective teaching and learning strategies for at-risk students: grouping strategies, peer tutoring, computer-assisted instruction, and more
  • Differentiating content, process, and product for gifted students
  • Vocabulary pre-test, post-test, and summary
  • Bibliography and index


About the Author
Vocabulary Pre-Test
1. Differentiation and the Brain
2. Identifying and Working with At-Risk Students
3. Special Education Students in the Regular Classroom
4. Differentiating Content, Process, and Product for Gifted Students
Vocabulary Summary
Vocabulary Post-Test

“This is one book I would recommend to everyone, both for excellence of content and the reasonable price. It should be used in teacher education courses at the undergraduate and graduate level, both for special ed majors and regular ed majors. Thank you for writing this book, and writing it in such a way that it is an easy read, easy to understand, and easy for teachers to `buy into.’”
-Maureen F. Shea, Nationally Certified School Psychologist, Bloomfield, CT

Maureen F. Shea
Nationally Certified School Psychologist, Bloomfield, CT

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