Book Title: Special Needs in the General Classroom, 500+ Teaching Strategies for Differentiating Instruction
Publisher: Cogent Catalyst Publications
Author: Susan Gingras Fitzell M. Ed.
This fresh, new, updated 3rd Edition of the best-selling "Special Needs in the General Classroom, Strategies That Make It Work" is a strategy roadmap to help educators create a classroom environment where ALL students can maximize their potential while getting the best bang for their time.
Discover effective tips and tricks for motivating and engaging students in the learning process and doubling their successes while working more efficiently. This update offers more teaching strategies, expanded research, and course work options for self-study, group-study, and textbook applications.
Perfect for teachers who are having a hard time reaching all the different levels of learners in their classroom and need a systematic way to teach their content using differentiated instruction strategies, this edition of the book is very different for a couple of reasons.
First, we focus on the the classroom teacher, who may be overwhelmed and in need of a complete toolkit of learning strategies that will help with the multitude of learning challenges they face every day. Secondly, the book is practical, straight forward, and easy to read (Academic jargon is kept to a minimum).
You'll get simple, common sense, and effective strategies that will provide students with tools to overcome the obstacles they face in the classroom.
When you use teaching methods that allow students to learn the way THEY learn, you create a win-win and both students & teachers achieve more success than they ever thought possible.
Teachers replace time-consuming, ineffective teaching methods with research-based teaching and learning strategies that yield positive results.