This expanded and updated revision shows teachers how to deal with the different academic strengths and needs, learning styles, intelligences, interests, and cultural backgrounds of all the students in their classrooms. Students at Risk also presents descriptions, symptoms, and characteristics of various exceptionalities, including autism spectrum disorders, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, mental health problems, learning disabilities, hearing impairments, giftedness, and low-incidence disabilitiesand provides case studies that illustrate how teachers can make simple accommodations that lead to positive student outcomes.Besides planning more movement in her lessons, the teacher sought to make the instructional part shorter and to involve the children more. She incorporated ... She would invite the children to raise their hands, then ask someone who hadna#39;t raised a hand. The teacher ... She also tried to cue Alex about raising her hand by tapping the palm of her own right hand with her left index finger. By the end of anbsp;...
|Title||:||Students at Risk|
|Publisher||:||Pembroke Publishers Limited - 2013|