orthopedic impairment teaching strategies
Teaching Strategies / September 1, 2019

orthopedic impairment teaching strategies

Written by: Sharon Dominica • edited by: Elizabeth Stannard Gromisch • updated: 4/21/2015 Children with orthopedic impairment can easily study in a regular school. This article describes some ideas that teachers can use while teaching in a classroom with orthopedic impairment students. Children with orthopedic impairment can do well in a regular school studying with…

Teaching strategies for infants and toddlers
Teaching Strategies / August 2, 2019

Teaching strategies for infants and toddlers

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Fun teaching strategies
Teaching Strategies / July 4, 2019

Fun teaching strategies

Tips to help you close the book on the text-dependent classroom, while 8 fresh approaches that will make your Back to School Night memorable. How curriculum compacting teaching strategies can be used in your classroom. A look at how technology in the classroom can help you assess student writing. How you can implement a morning yoga sequence into your school day…

Applied Behavior Analysis teaching strategies
Teaching Strategies / June 4, 2019

Applied Behavior Analysis teaching strategies

Applied behavior analysts seek to break down and examine the fundamental human behaviors that most people take for granted. While the insights it reveals have applications in numerous fields, like prison reform, adult health and social sciences, applied behavior analysis, or ABA, is also well known for the benefits it confers upon teachers and students. Related: Many…

Strategies for teaching Social skills
Teaching Strategies / June 1, 2019

Strategies for teaching Social skills

Students with disabilities who demonstrate appropriate social behavior are likely to experience positive peer and teacher relationships, increased participation and achievement in inclusive educational settings, and success in post-school work, educational, and social environments (McIntyre, 2003; Miller, Fenty, Scott, Park, 2010). In order for students to learn…

teaching multiplication tables strategies
Teaching Strategies / May 2, 2019

teaching multiplication tables strategies

Wouldn’t it be great if everyone in the class could recall a multiplication fact up to 12 × 12 in less than 3 seconds? That’s my goal and I’ve nearly accomplished it for the third year in a row. It has taken admirable dedication and hard work on the part of my pupils and they’re now feeling rightly victorious. So how did they go about it? No Shortcuts There are tonnes…

Research based strategies for teaching
Teaching Strategies / April 18, 2019

Research based strategies for teaching

The Teach 21 Strategy Bank is designed to be a dynamic resource for educators. It contains a multitude of research-based strategies teachers can use to make their classroom instruction more effective, and to address the needs of their diverse students. These strategies have been collected from a variety of sources, including the standards-based units available on…

Hearing impairment teaching strategies
Teaching Strategies / March 19, 2019

Hearing impairment teaching strategies

Adjust teaching methods to accommodate your visual learner s needs by writing all homework assignments, class instructions and procedural changes on the board. Providing a visual cue eliminates confusion on these topics. Remember not to speak while you have your back to the students. If a student is proficient on the computer, look into providing them with a laptop…

Mild intellectual disability teaching strategies
Teaching Strategies / March 19, 2019

Mild intellectual disability teaching strategies

An intellectual disability, formerly referred to as “mental retardation”, is not an inherent trait of any individual, but instead is characterized by a combination of deficits in both cognitive functioning and adaptive behavior. The severity of the intellectual disability is determined by the discrepancy between the individual s capabilities in learning and in and…

teaching strategies for dyscalculia
Teaching Strategies / February 21, 2019

teaching strategies for dyscalculia

This section contains answers to questions frequently asked by teachers. Teachers are also encouraged to read the Dyscalculia section (which contains general information about dyscalculia), as well as the Resources section. What should I look out for in the classroom? It is common for specific learning disabilities to be overlooked. Teachers and parents often mistakenly…

Co-Teaching strategies and Examples
Teaching Strategies / January 22, 2019

Co-Teaching strategies and Examples

One Teach One Observe Definition: One teacher has primary responsibility while the other gathers specific observational information on students or the instructing teacher. The key to this strategy is to have a focus for observation. Example: One teacher observes students to determine how well they understand directions while the other leads instruction. One Teach…

Teaching strategies for primary school
Teaching Strategies / January 9, 2019

Teaching strategies for primary school

This study aims to investigate primary teachers’ teaching strategies in music Turkish primary classrooms. In the study the ‘qualitative’ research approach was adopted in order to fulfil the aims and objectives of the study. The study carried out in two state primary schools in Turkey. Total of six primary school teachers with different educational backgrounds participated…

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