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Strategies for teaching content effectively in the inclusive secondary classroom

Author: Lisa Dieker; Rebecca A Hines
Publisher: Boston : Pearson, ©2014.
Series: Pearson professional development.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa Dieker; Rebecca A Hines
ISBN: 9780132491846 0132491842
OCLC Number: 826899253
Description: xiv, 242 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: 1. Potential disruption / Rebecca A. Hines and Lisa A. Dieker. The status of education: the game is changing --
Putting the pieces together : Cornerstones of curriculum and instruction ; Keeping pace with generation M ; Standards in today's classrooms ; Real-world skills ; Today's inclusive classrooms ; Current status of special education --
2. Status of the classroom / Rebecca A. Hines and Lisa A. Dieker. The philosophy of inclusion --
High practices: implications --
High-incidence disabilities : Learning disabilities ; Emotional disturbances ; Speech or language impairment ; Low-incidence disabilities and 504 plans ; The IEP ; Individual transition plan --
Meeting the needs of all learners --
5 realistic tips --
3. Adolescence and positive climate / Lisa A. Dieker and Rebecca A. Hines. Universal desires of adolescents --
Overview of adolescence --
Creating a positive climate --
Universal principles that should be in all schools : UDL ; Principle 1: Multiple means of representation ; Principle 2: Multiple means for action and expression ; Principle 3: Multiple means for engagement ; Increasing student engagement ; What does an effective secondary classroom look like today? ; Quality instruction ; Tips for increasing instructional time ; Adding new layers ; Promoting a positive social climate --
5 realistic tips --
4. Rethinking behavior / Rebecca A. Hines and Lisa A. Dieker. Differing perspectives --
What causes students to misbehave? : Old faithful: behaviorism ; Ecological model ; Psychodynamic model ; Cognitive model --
Conducting a functional behavioral assessment --
Considerations for students with more severe behavior or emotional/behavioral issues : Unconditional participation ; Built-in success --
What types of behaviors should I expect, and what can I do about them? --
Practical tips for behavior management --
5 realistic tips. 5. Coteaching and collaboration / Lisa A. Dieker and Rebecca A. Hines. Inclusion: civil rights or evidence-based practice? --
The role of the teacher in inclusive settings --
Coplanning --
Coinstructing in the collaborative classroom : Lead and support ; Parallel teaching ; Alternative teaching ; Station teaching ; Team teaching --
Keys to collaboration : Check for confusion ; Don't say it all ; Stay on track ; Share the stage --
Coassessing: whose job is it? --
Putting it all together: planning, instructing, and assessing --
Checking it off: how is your coteaching relationship? --
5 realistic tips --
6. Reading in today's classrooms / Rebecca A. Hines and Lisa A. Dieker. What's the problem? : Learning to read or reading to learn? --
What is my role in reading instruction? --
Bits and pieces --
Reading barriers --
Research-based best practices for all learners --
Using a reader's workshop approach to encourage "reading to learn" --
5 realistic tips --
7. Writing, listening, and speaking across the content areas / Rebecca A. Hines, Sheri L. Anderson, and Lisa A. Dieker. Emerging forms of communication : The importance of writing, listening, and speaking skills ; How and why should writing, listening, and speaking be taught in today's middle and high schools? ; Strategies for better writing ; Listening strategies ; Speaking strategies ; Ideas relating to writing, speaking, and listening --
5 realistic tips --
8. Creating mathematically literate students / Kimberly Davis, Lisa A. Dieker, and Rebecca A. Hines. Mathematics and special education : Coteaching --
Difficulties for students with special needs in mathematics : Effective teaching of mathematics --
Websites and ideas for the classroom --
5 realistic tips. 9. Scientific knowledge / Sara Aronin, Lisa A. Dieker, and Rebecca A. Hines. Constructivism in science : Teaching structure to support science ; Safety issues and behavior needs in science --
Strategies related to teaching science : Websites to visit ; General strategies and activities to consider --
An inquiry-based lesson using coteaching --
5 realistic tips --
10. Secondary social studies in the inclusive classroom / Christopher P. O'Brien. Teaching that works for Joshua : Scenario: Joshua --
Inclusion and content area instruction in the accountability era --
Why do adolescents with learning problems struggle in social studies? --
What are effective practices in the social studies for engaging students with academic difficulties and showing improvements in learning? : Big ideas and content enhancements --
Strategic instruction : A key learning strategy for social studies --
Reading support in the social studies classroom --
How can enhancements of digital media help resolve old problems in U.S. schools? : Accessible materials ; Universal design for learning and multimedia instruction ; Multimedia and web-based resources for teaching social studies --
5 realistic tips --
11. Uncovering what students know / Lisa A. Dieker and Rebecca A. Hines. Grading versus assessment: the ongoing debate --
Formative: daily assessment --
Informal methods for assessing student understanding : Summative assessment ; Grading --
Schoolwide considerations for assessment --
Classroomwide considerations: the IEP as a living, breathing document --
Typical grading practices : Combined grading ; Rubric report cards ; Checklist grading ; Portfolios --
Practical tips for strong secondary schools to evaluate their practices --
5 realistic tips --
12. Life beyond school / Rebecca A. Hines, Lisa A. Dieker, and Nancy J. Aguinaga. The future of American education? --
Skills essential for college success --
Self-determination : Strategies that promote independence ; Skills necessary for communication --
Thinking differently --
Technology and life skills.
Series Title: Pearson professional development.
Responsibility: Lisa A. Dieker, Rebecca A. Hines.

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