Introducing the authors' fresh approach to adapting schoolwork for students with disabilities, the second edition of this handbook is a must-have for every educator in an inclusive classroom. Educators of students from grades K-12 will learn about curricular, instructional, and alternative adaptations and decide when and how to implement them with the new strategies in this revised edition. Teachers will find step-by-step guidance on planning adaptations for individual students adapt instruction and tests in key skills and content areas a including reading, writing, math, social studies, and history get updated photocopiable planning forms learn from the experience of other teachers with Voices from the Classroom and get examples of how to fill in the forms discover, in everyday language, what current research says about modifying schoolwork Expanded throughout and based on current research, this how-to guide is just what teachers need to design effective, flexible modifications for students with a broad range of ages, disabilities, and learning needs. The book is part of theBrookes Publishing TeachersAce(tm) Guides to Inclusive Practices SeriesIntroducing the authorsa#39; fresh approach to adapting schoolwork for students with disabilities, the second edition of this handbook is a must-have for every educator in an inclusive classroom.
|Author||:||Rachel Janney, Martha E. Snell|
|Publisher||:||Brookes Publishing Company - 2004|