Building on Student Diversity gives teachers a real-world context for learning about and accommodating children with diverse backgrounds and abilities. To help teachers practice working with diverse students, the authors have developed a set of biographies and simulated cumulative files of six students at three levels (early childhood, middle school, and high school). The major portion of the book consists of applied, hands-on activities that teachers can use in conjection with the student biographies, cumulative files, and demographic information to gain practical experience in working with diverse children.
Preface Midland USA and Its Schools Part I: Profiles and Cumulative Folders Casey: Motivating and Modifying for Learning Disabilities Sarah: Supporting Intellectual Giftedness Malcolm: Addressing the Challenges of AD/HD Raul: Bridging Cultural Gaps Leslie: Accommodating Physical Disabilities Yu-Shin: Reaching Reluctant English Language Learners Part II: Activities Getting to Know Your Learners Designing Environments that Support Your Learners Developing Lessons to Meet the Needs of Your Learners Gathering Data to Improve Instruction Communicating with Families Glossary
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