The latest edition of this bestselling text, Strategies for Teaching Students with Learning and Behavior Problems provides practical, immediately-useful strategies for teaching students, managing professional responsibilities, and collaborating with family and other educators.
A practical guide for graduate and undergraduate students, this book uses current research on the best practices for providing instructional and support services to students with learning and behavior problems in a variety of settings. The seventh edition contains more applied teaching strategies than ever before, with an increased integration and emphasis on the topics of response to intervention and assessment, diversity and English language learners, and family involvement.
Highlights of what's new to this edition...
A new chapter on Response to Intervention is added to reflect the increased importance of multi-tiered assessment in todays classrooms.
Significantly increased and integrated discussion of the impact and implementation of RTIthroughout the text reinforces the importance of understanding multi-tiered assessment.
Anew, separate and earlierchapter on Promoting Social Acceptance and Managing Behavior provides the reader a more focused presentation on socialization, more information on behavior, andlets the reader get to know the students they will teach beforepresenting them with teaching strategies.
Additional methods for communicating and working effectively with families are included throughout the chapters, enabling the reader to more effectively collaborate with parents of students with special needs. (This recurring discussion is highlighted by a marginal icon.)
Spotlight on Diversity features incorporate the most current methods for teaching diverse student populations, including students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. (Discussion of the topic of cultural and language diversity is also highlighted by a marginal icon.)