In Teaching Struggling Students in Mathematics, Too Many Grades of D or F, Bill Hanlon provides examples and recommends highly effective and practical instructional and assessment strategies that classroom teachers can immediately implement and that school administrators can readily observe. These high yield strategies build on accepted practices and directly address the needs of struggling students.
Bill Hanlon is Director of the Southern Nevada Regional Professional Development Program, is an author, consultant and coach for schools, and is a national presenter. He was the coordinator of Clark County School District's Math/Science Institute and was responsible for K-12 math audits. He served as vice president of the Nevada State Board of Education, Regional Director of the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) and as a member of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) States Partnership Board. He also hosted a television series, "Algebra, you can do it!" on PBS Las Vegas
Preface Acknowledgment Introduction Chapter 1 Protocols and Expectations Needed for Student Success Chapter 2 Preparation Affects Everything Chapter 3 Instruction Really Matters! Chapter 4 Write It Down Chapter 5 Making Homework Assignments Worthwhile Chapter 6 Test Prep, the Light at the End of the Tunnel Chapter 7 The Test, Where the Rubber Hits the Road Chapter 8 Relationships Affect Performance Chapter 9 Now What? Next Steps Chapter 10 Closing-Summing It Up About the Author