This book is designed for teachers, administrators, and staff development coordinators who are interested in a resource that provides an overview of current issues and the answers to some difficult educational questions. Through the use of case studies, current information, and reader exercises, this collection provides a manageable developmental resource for effective instructional practices and promotes the understanding of special topics and questions faced by the classroom teacher.
Suzanne G. Houff is coordinator of the Elementary Education Program and associate professor of education in the College of Graduate and Professional Studies at the University of Mary Washington.
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 How Does Social and Emotional Learning Impact on the Classroom? Chapter 3 What is Culturally Responsive Instruction? Chapter 4 Where Do These Children Come From? Chapter 5 What is Special about Special Education? Chapter 6 How Do I Teach the Student with Autism Spectrum Disorder? Chapter 7 How Do I Teach the Student Identified as Talented and Gifted? Chapter 8 How Can I Use Technology to Support Reflection? Chapter 9 How Can I Use Technology in Student Assessment? Chapter 10 How Can I Use and Integrate Instructional Technology? Chapter 11 Conclusion