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Special Needs, Different Abilities

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This workbook demonstrates how and why alternative thinking is necessary when experiencing different abilities of students. It viably addresses a wide variety of circumstances encountered in teaching students with different abilities. It reminds us of how traditional methodologies oftentimes do not apply in special needs situations. Subsequently, applying differentiated instruction to meet the multi-variate needs of students must be explored until one is found. That is the essence of this author's messages for teaching thinking and addressing students' aptitudes.

Marjorie S. Schiering has devoted her career as an educator to developing teacher's and learner's comprehension of self- efficacy through experiential learning, which focuses on the Interactive Method (IM) and its components. She continually addresses sharing the Cognitive Collective (Reciprocal Thinking and Feelings) to establish and maintain a viable, safe, positive and congenial classroom community where there is teaching of thinking.

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This book describes the Interactive Method (IM) for teaching different abilities, special needs, and all learners. It involves hand's-on techniques for retention of curriculum and the teaching of thinking; from the elementary through college years. Types of comprehension are defined along with how memory works. Chapters address types of special needs and defines the term and different abilities, in conjunction with creating lessons that result in memory acquisition and transference to personal success on tests or exams, as well as daily situations regarding experiential learning. Also offered are entry level means of instruction for developing a sense of self-confidence, efficacy, reliance and skills necessary for future learning challenges. In conjunction with this is the Reciprocal Thinking Skills Cognition to Metacognition Chart for identification and application of what one is thinking when engaged in the aforementioned IM. A few examples of this are provided through a listing and explanation of the values of this method, lesson objectives and application of these. Personal narratives are provided by teachers and/or parents of children with different abilities before the author's closing comments respective of one's being enough and practice of providing lift-up statements to encourage student learners in the academic and social cognition environments.

Prelude Foreword: Patricia Eckardt and Madeline Craig Preface Acknowledgments Introduction Part one: information gathering and distribution concerning special needs and different ability learners Chapter One: Reaching/Teaching Varied Learners Chapter Two: Response to Intervention, Individual Education Plan and Classroom Organization Chapter Three: Individual Processing Style and Social Cognition Chapter Four: The Interactive Method, Student Engagement and Self-Efficacy Chapter Five: Memories and Interactive Learning Techniques Chapter Six: Interactive Learning Technique Pluses, Leadership Building, and Alternative Means of Assessment Chapter Seven: The Reciprocity of Thinking Chapter Eight: The Cognitive Collective: Thinking and Feeling Chapter Nine: Definition and Examples of Reciprocal Thinking Phases' Skills Part two: different ways of teaching, personal commentaries, and author's closing thoughts Chapter Ten: The IM's Self-Reliance and the How To of Teaching Thinking Chapter Eleven: Objectives of the Interactive Method and its Components Chapter Twelve: Two Personal Perspectives Addressing Special Education Disabilities, Differences and Diversity: Maggie Blair Autism Awareness: Author Interview of a Different Abilities Child's Parent: Kevin Cooney Chapter Thirteen: Commentary and Personal Experience: Teaching and Being Special Needs Commentaries and Personal Experiences: Special Needs and Different Abilities Commentary: Engaging Students with Exceptionalities: Patricia Mason A Teacher with Epilepsy: From Childhood through Retirement: Marc Hoberman Chapter Fourteen: Author's Summative Sharing: Classroom Comfort Zone References About the Author

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Special Needs, Different Abilities
Sous-titre: The Interactive Method for Teaching and Learning
Code EAN: 9781475849936
ISBN: 1475849931
Format: Livre Relié
nombre de pages: 156
Poids: 389g
Taille: H235mm x B157mm x T13mm
Année: 2019