ISBN: 8176488704 Publishing Date: 2008 Publisher: Aph Publishing House
Instruction is the purposeful direction of the learning process and is one of the major teacher class activities along with planniing and management. It is a complex process and can take many forms. It is a vitally important classroom activity, but must be considered in teh context of such factors as measures of desired student learning, controlling student behaviour, individual differences among students, and school processes and characteristics. This volume provides information on differentiated instruction strategies that target the special needs of students with learning disabilities. It presents the most up-to-date tactics available and numerious ways to differentiate instruction for students with learning disabilities. The strategies described in the book will empower the teacher to target instructional modifications to the content, process, and products for studens with learning disabilities in teh general and the special education classroom. It will be invaluable for teachers in both inclusive and individual classes.
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