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Check out these ASCD resources and learn how you can create inclusive learning experiences and help ensure that all students receive the best possible education.
Causes & Cures in the Classroom: Getting to the Root of Academic and Behavior Problems
Hanging In: Strategies for Teaching the Students Who Challenge Us Most
Learning in the Fast Lane: 8 Ways to Put ALL Students on the Road to Academic Success
How to Support Struggling Students
A Principal's Guide to Special Education
Sometimes the reasons students struggle in school are tied to brain
development that causes problems with executive functions. Once you know the traits of those who need support, you can analyze the root causes of their struggles.
Dig into the root causes of attention and focus problems with this infographic based on the ASCD book Causes & Cures in the Classroom.
See the full-size infographic. (PDF)
Implementing RTI in Secondary Schools DVD Set
Conducting an Effective IEP Meeting Connecting to the Common Core
with Jeffrey Benson
with Robyn Jackson
Inclusion: The Basics, 2nd Edition
Inclusion: Implementing Strategies, 2nd Edition
Paraeducators in Your Classroom
Response to Intervention: An Introduction
The PD In Focus platform offers a rich library of on-demand video content for educators' collaborative professional development.
Conducting an Effective IEP Meeting Aligned with the Common Core
Watch as a school team—composed of a school principal, special education teacher, language arts teacher, and math teacher—meets with the parent of a special needs student and engages in an annual review that uses the Common Core State Standards to help inform his goals.
Implementing RTI in Secondary Schools
See what schools do to help struggling students close achievement gaps by following a high school freshman through an RTI approach that features research-based strategies that emphasize universal screening, diagnostic assessment, and a three-tiered instructional intervention.
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