These 80 easy to adapt strategies work in five steps or fewer to help special educators feel confident about working with co-teachers, teacher aides, support staff, administrators, and families.Given that they are right on the premises, they might be willing to come into your classroom and help you assess a student, ... Learning strategies are all the little tricks we use to help us remember information. ... Examples of learning strategies include graphic organizers, study guides, and mnemonic devices. ... Mnemonic devices include acronyms, phrases, jingles, rhymes, poems, and pictorial images .
|Title||:||Common-Sense Classroom Management for Special Education Teachers, Grades 6-12|
|Author||:||Jill A. Lindberg, Dianne Evans Kelley, Judith Walker-Wied, Kristin M. Forjan Beckwith|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2007-04-04|