Select and plan accommodations for struggling students using this quick reference tool. This wheel includes step-by-step implementation strategies to help teachers, specialists, and parents collaborate to design opportunities that help students gain equal access to instruction and actively participate with other students.
Help learners with ADD/ADHD to be viewed as positive learners and improve interactions among their peers. This wheel skillfully guides teachers, parents, and specialists as they collaboratively make decisions to help ADD/ADHD students succeed. Teachers equipped with these strategies can give these learners opportunities to participate meaningfully in the classroom and school-wide environments.
The California Common Core State Standards Mastery Series is the perfect resource for teachers as they teach the California CCSS and plan purposeful instruction to promote student achievement. These content-area-specific flip charts contain the standards, instructional activities, and other valuable resources that empower teachers to deliver effective instruction that results in student mastery while enhancing critical thinking.
Meet the diverse needs of all learners with a go-to resource packed with hundreds of instructional strategies from the major instructional schools of thought. This flip chart is easy to use and supports high quality instruction with academic and behavioral strategies designed with all learners in mind.
Weave critical thinking into lesson plans for all subjects at all grade levels with this easy-to-use wheel. Questioning prompts and useful information make this a go-to reference for teachers as they prompt deeper levels of thinking among their students.
Lay the foundation for student growth and achievement with a practitioner’s guide that shares the why and the how for building critical thinking skills in K-12 classrooms.
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