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Teaching of specific groups & persons with special educational needs

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Reading Fundamentals for Students with Learning Difficulties Instruction for Diverse K-12 Classrooms

Reading Fundamentals for Students with Learning Difficulties Instruction for Diverse K-12 Classrooms

Author: Sheri Berkeley, Sharon Ray Format: Hardback Release Date: 15/10/2019

Reading Fundamentals for Students with Learning Difficulties is a foundational resource on reading instruction for students with learning difficulties. This comprehensive, practical textbook provides fundamental information related to typical and atypical reading development, reading instruction within K-12 classrooms, and how to identify reading problems and provide interventions to a wide range of student who struggle to learn. Throughout the text, cutting edge research on reading instruction for students with learning disabilities is translated to practice, making it accessible to even the most novice teachers. Each section concludes with application activities, including self-tests and discussion prompts, to scaffold learning.

Reading Fundamentals for Students with Learning Difficulties Instruction for Diverse K-12 Classrooms

Reading Fundamentals for Students with Learning Difficulties Instruction for Diverse K-12 Classrooms

Author: Sheri Berkeley, Sharon Ray Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 15/10/2019

Reading Fundamentals for Students with Learning Difficulties is a foundational resource on reading instruction for students with learning difficulties. This comprehensive, practical textbook provides fundamental information related to typical and atypical reading development, reading instruction within K-12 classrooms, and how to identify reading problems and provide interventions to a wide range of student who struggle to learn. Throughout the text, cutting edge research on reading instruction for students with learning disabilities is translated to practice, making it accessible to even the most novice teachers. Each section concludes with application activities, including self-tests and discussion prompts, to scaffold learning.

The Feelings Artbook Promoting Emotional Literacy Through Drawing

The Feelings Artbook Promoting Emotional Literacy Through Drawing

Author: Ruby Radburn Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 14/10/2019

This fun, imaginative activity book gives children a way to develop their emotional literacy skills through creativity and drawing. The new edition has been reimagined as an entirely child-friendly activity book, with beautiful new illustrations and more than ten extra activities. The accompanying instructions and guidance are now available online, so that the book can stand alone and be completed independently, allowing the child to draw at their own pace, and feel a sense of ownership over their learning and their artwork. For professionals, the book is designed to be flexible and photocopiable, so that it can be used in a range of educational and therapeutic settings. The online instruction booklet includes a clearly stated aim for each activity, a suggested outline of how to facilitate, and two or three optional follow-on ideas. There are now also two Evaluation & Monitoring templates included in the online booklet, one for individual work and one for group work. The resource is divided into three themed sections: Self Esteem: Activities exploring identity, personal empowerment, aspirations and values, and important relationships in a child's life Emotions: In this section, children are invited to consider a range of complex feelings such as excitement, jealousy and disappointment Empathy and Imagination: These activities guide children towards an awareness of other people's experiences, emotions and feelings Suitable for both parents and professionals, this book is an invaluable resource for anybody looking to improve the emotional awareness and wellbeing of young people.

Special Needs, Different Abilities The Interactive Method for Teaching and Learning

Special Needs, Different Abilities The Interactive Method for Teaching and Learning

Author: Marjorie S. Schiering Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 01/10/2019

This book describes the Interactive Method (IM) for teaching different abilities, special needs, and all learners. It involves hand's-on techniques for retention of curriculum and the teaching of thinking; from the elementary through college years. Types of comprehension are defined along with how memory works. Chapters address types of special needs and defines the term and different abilities, in conjunction with creating lessons that result in memory acquisition and transference to personal success on tests or exams, as well as daily situations regarding experiential learning. Also offered are entry level means of instruction for developing a sense of self-confidence, efficacy, reliance and skills necessary for future learning challenges. In conjunction with this is the Reciprocal Thinking Skills Cognition to Metacognition Chart for identification and application of what one is thinking when engaged in the aforementioned IM. A few examples of this are provided through a listing and explanation of the values of this method, lesson objectives and application of these. Personal narratives are provided by teachers and/or parents of children with different abilities before the author's closing comments respective of one's being enough and practice of providing lift-up statements to encourage student learners in the academic and social cognition environments.

Special Needs, Different Abilities The Interactive Method for Teaching and Learning

Special Needs, Different Abilities The Interactive Method for Teaching and Learning

Author: Marjorie S. Schiering Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/10/2019

This book describes the Interactive Method (IM) for teaching different abilities, special needs, and all learners. It involves hand's-on techniques for retention of curriculum and the teaching of thinking; from the elementary through college years. Types of comprehension are defined along with how memory works. Chapters address types of special needs and defines the term and different abilities, in conjunction with creating lessons that result in memory acquisition and transference to personal success on tests or exams, as well as daily situations regarding experiential learning. Also offered are entry level means of instruction for developing a sense of self-confidence, efficacy, reliance and skills necessary for future learning challenges. In conjunction with this is the Reciprocal Thinking Skills Cognition to Metacognition Chart for identification and application of what one is thinking when engaged in the aforementioned IM. A few examples of this are provided through a listing and explanation of the values of this method, lesson objectives and application of these. Personal narratives are provided by teachers and/or parents of children with different abilities before the author's closing comments respective of one's being enough and practice of providing lift-up statements to encourage student learners in the academic and social cognition environments.

The Early Childhood Coaching Handbook

The Early Childhood Coaching Handbook

Author: Dathan Rush, M'Lisa Shelden Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 30/09/2019

Planning the Transition to Employment

Planning the Transition to Employment

Author: Wendy Parent-Johnson, Laura Owens, Richard Parent-Johnson Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 30/09/2019

The latest book in the Brookes Transition to Adulthood Series, this is a practical handbook for helping youth with disabilities transition into integrated, competitive employment alongside their peers, providing advice ranging from career planning and preparation to the job search and sustaining employment.

Essential Skills for Struggling Learners A Framework for Student Support Teams

Essential Skills for Struggling Learners A Framework for Student Support Teams

Author: Erik von Hahn, Sheldon H. Horowitz, Caroline Linse Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 30/09/2019

To provide the right supports for struggling students in grades pre-K to 12, your school team needs a thorough understanding of the skills that contribute to learning--and a systematic way to help students with a wide range of learning difficulties. This innovative planning guide is your key to identifying and prioritizing the essential skills that students with and without learning difficulties need to succeed. This book presents 11 key domains of learning--divided into neurological, developmental, and educational domains--and gives your team a complete, collaborative plan for pinpointing where students need help and adapting your supports to meet those needs. For each of the 11 domains, the authors offer a logical framework that consists of critical skill sets and skills your students need for learning success. Every domain gets a dedicated chapter that helps you: Understand why the domain is essential to learning in both special and general education Learn about the research and resources used to develop the framework for that domain Take a deep dive and master key terms and definitions Discover how the skills associated with each domain develop in typical learners Find students who are struggling by making good observations, and by identifying missing or underdeveloped skills Identify your students (TM) strengths so you can help them build and expand on their skills Clearly communicate your observations to all team members Build better intervention plans and IEPs using the specific educational objectives, teaching strategies, and accommodations suggested in each chapter PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Each chapter offers an in-depth Case Study example, a Skills Observation Sheet for notetaking during student observations, and a Skills Framework for use as a quick reference on skills when making observations and developing IEPs. Two practical appendices walk school professionals and team leaders through the collaborative process of putting the frameworks in the book into practice. Support students in 11 domains of learning: Vision Skills Hearing Skills Motor Skills Formal Language Skills Pragmatic Language Skills Social Skills Executive Skills Affect and Self-Regulation Skills Reading Skills Writing Skills Math Skills

Using an Inclusive Approach to Reduce School Exclusion A Practitioner's Handbook

Using an Inclusive Approach to Reduce School Exclusion A Practitioner's Handbook

Author: Tristan Middleton, Lynda Kay Format: Hardback Release Date: 17/09/2019

Clear and accessible, Using an Inclusive Approach to Reduce School Exclusion supports an inclusive approach to teaching and learning to help schools find ways to reduce exclusion and plan alternative approaches to managing the pathways of learners at risk. Offering a summary of the contemporary context of DfE and school policy in England, this book considers: Statistics and perspectives from Ofsted The literature of exclusion and recent research into effective provision for learners with SEN The key factors underlying school exclusion Case studies and practical approaches alongside theory and research The impact of exclusion on learners at risk Written by experienced practitioners, Using an Inclusive Approach to Reduce School Exclusion encourages a proactive approach to reducing exclusion through relatable scenarios and case studies. An essential toolkit to support the development of inclusive practice and reduce exclusion, this book is an invaluable resource for SENCos, middle and senior leaders.

Using an Inclusive Approach to Reduce School Exclusion A Practitioner's Handbook

Using an Inclusive Approach to Reduce School Exclusion A Practitioner's Handbook

Author: Tristan Middleton, Lynda Kay Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 17/09/2019

Clear and accessible, Using an Inclusive Approach to Reduce School Exclusion supports an inclusive approach to teaching and learning to help schools find ways to reduce exclusion and plan alternative approaches to managing the pathways of learners at risk. Offering a summary of the contemporary context of DfE and school policy in England, this book considers: Statistics and perspectives from Ofsted The literature of exclusion and recent research into effective provision for learners with SEN The key factors underlying school exclusion Case studies and practical approaches alongside theory and research The impact of exclusion on learners at risk Written by experienced practitioners, Using an Inclusive Approach to Reduce School Exclusion encourages a proactive approach to reducing exclusion through relatable scenarios and case studies. An essential toolkit to support the development of inclusive practice and reduce exclusion, this book is an invaluable resource for SENCos, middle and senior leaders.

An English as an Additional Language (EAL) Programme Learning Through Images for 7-14 Year Olds

An English as an Additional Language (EAL) Programme Learning Through Images for 7-14 Year Olds

Author: Caroline (EAL Teacher and Project Leader, UK) Scott Format: Hardback Release Date: 02/09/2019

You enjoy teaching and, like every other teacher, you want the best for every learner. Recently, you have found a steady stream of learners coming to your school with little or no English. You aren't really sure how to provide the best possible education for them, when they are struggling to understand the English in your already differentiated lessons. This book provides you with a programme for use as an induction-to-English, complete with integral assessment. It provides guidance on how to bridge the gap between these learners and their peers It is suitable for learners of any language background due to the focus on learning through images. It also includes suggestions on how to include parents who are new-to-English and ideas on family learning. You'll find an EAL framework to provide structure to your EAL provision across the school, as well as guidance on how to approach class teaching. Developed from good practice in schools and informed by research, this programme is designed to move learners into English quickly. It uses a visual, structured approach that works alongside immersion in the mainstream.

An English as an Additional Language (EAL) Programme Learning Through Images for 7-14 Year Olds

An English as an Additional Language (EAL) Programme Learning Through Images for 7-14 Year Olds

Author: Caroline (EAL Teacher and Project Leader, UK) Scott Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 02/09/2019

You enjoy teaching and, like every other teacher, you want the best for every learner. Recently, you have found a steady stream of learners coming to your school with little or no English. You aren't really sure how to provide the best possible education for them, when they are struggling to understand the English in your already differentiated lessons. This book provides you with a programme for use as an induction-to-English, complete with integral assessment. It provides guidance on how to bridge the gap between these learners and their peers It is suitable for learners of any language background due to the focus on learning through images. It also includes suggestions on how to include parents who are new-to-English and ideas on family learning. You'll find an EAL framework to provide structure to your EAL provision across the school, as well as guidance on how to approach class teaching. Developed from good practice in schools and informed by research, this programme is designed to move learners into English quickly. It uses a visual, structured approach that works alongside immersion in the mainstream.