- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- CAST Professional Publishing
- Black & white illustrations
- 224 x 175 x 15 mm
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- 3:B&W 7.5 x 9.25 in or 235 x 191 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
- 386 g
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Elevating Co-Teaching through UDL469Skickas inom 7-10 vardagar.
Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.Co-teaching-the practice of having special education and regular education teachers work together in inclusive classrooms-is one way to ensure that all students have equal access to challenging academic content. But the practice is a challenging one, requiring thoughtful planning and execution by cooperative classroom professionals. Universal Design for Learning (UDL), a framework for designing inclusive learning environments, offers co-teachers structure and guidance in pursuing their goal to create successful learning environments for all students. In this book, veteran co-teacher and UDL expert Elizabeth Stein shows how to apply the UDL principles and guidelines to the practice of co-teaching. How does UDL inform the lesson-planning process? What does UDL look like in the classroom? What role does formative assessment play? How do you get buy-in for the UDL approach from administrators, parents, and students themselves? These and other questions are answered in this must-have book for anyone interested in co-teaching.
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Elizabeth Stein's career includes experiences spanning early intervention, grades K-12, and undergraduate and graduate level education courses. She is a special education teacher and UDL coach in Long Island's Smithtown Central School District. She is a contributing writer to Education Week and the author of a popular blog, Two Teachers in the Room, at MiddleWeb. She is the author of Comprehension Lessons for RTI: Grades 3-5: Assessments, Intervention Lessons, and Management Tips to Help You Reach and Teach Tier 2 (Scholastic, 2013). Elizabeth earned her National Board Certification in Literacy and is a doctoral student at Molloy College's Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities program. Follow her on Twitter @ElizabethLStein.