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Regan, Kelley; Evmenova, Anya S.; Hutchison, Amy; Day, Jamie; Stephens, Madelyn; Verbiest, Courtney; Gafurov, Boris – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
The process of analyzing student data to determine an appropriate instructional decision is crucial for student academic growth. This article details how teachers can make data-driven decisions to carefully design writing instruction. Steps are presented for teachers to follow throughout the data driven decision-making process in order to meet…
Descriptors: Writing Instruction, Decision Making, Essays, Data Analysis
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Lam, Elizabeth A.; Kunkel, Amy K.; McKevett, Nicole M.; McMaster, Kristen L. – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
With over 70% of fourth-, eighth-, and twelfth-grade students in the United States scoring below proficiency levels in writing (NCES, 2009), teachers must provide early and effective writing intervention to accelerate students' writing skills to meet grade-level standards. In this paper, we provide teachers with a theoretical framework to…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Writing Instruction, Standards, Writing Processes
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Bouck, Emily C.; Anderson, Rubia D.; Long, Holly; Sprick, Jessica – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
Manipulative-based instructional sequences--including both concrete and virtual manipulative instructional sequences--are evidence-based or research-based mathematical interventions for students with disabilities. However, as options for manipulative-based instructional sequences increase, educators need support in deciding the best approach. In…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Manipulative Materials, Teaching Methods, Students with Disabilities
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Zhang, Ling; Jackson, Haidee A.; Hunt, Tiffany L.; Carter, Richard Allen; Yang, Sohyun; Emerling, Christopher R. – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
Mathematical problem solving is a complex cognitive activity, which poses difficulties for students with and without disabilities in inclusive learning environments. With a variety of functions, Learning Management Systems (LMSs) have the potential to enhance personalized learning to meet the diverse needs of all students. This paper provides…
Descriptors: Integrated Learning Systems, Mathematics Skills, Problem Solving, Evidence Based Practice
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Brock, Matthew E. – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
Paraeducators play an important role in the education of students with significant disabilities. They can best contribute to improving student outcomes when they are skilled in using evidence-based practices. Tiered training is a practical and promising solution for how teachers can train teams of paraeducators to use evidence-based practices.…
Descriptors: Paraprofessional School Personnel, Staff Development, Evidence Based Practice, Students with Disabilities
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Stehle Wallace, Erin; Senter, Reed; Peterson, Nicole; Dunn, Kelsey T.; Chow, Jason – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
Students' language skills are a foundational component to their overall success, indicating the importance of rich language environments in classrooms. It is critical for teachers to understand how to create an environment aimed at maximizing language as they're likely to have students with language disorders in their classroom. Typically,…
Descriptors: Language Skills, Interdisciplinary Approach, Speech Language Pathology, Allied Health Personnel
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Henry, Alyssa R.; Solari, Emily J. – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
Many children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) experience associated difficulties in reading comprehension. This may be due to the social nature of fictional texts, which require the reader to interpret what characters are thinking and feeling and to make inferences about the cause and effect between events in a story. This paper outlines…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Reading Difficulties, Reading Comprehension
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Geist, Lori; Erickson, Karen – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
Robust vocabulary instruction is an important part of comprehensive English language arts (ELA) instruction. Vocabulary instruction supports students in learning the meaning of words to build a receptive vocabulary that they can rely on to comprehend the words they read and hear. Many students with significant cognitive disabilities (SCD) and…
Descriptors: Vocabulary Development, Students with Disabilities, Severe Intellectual Disability, Receptive Language
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Riesen, Tim; Trainor, Audrey A.; Traxler, Rachel Elizabeth; Padia, Lilly B.; Remund, Corban – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
Secondary educators implement an array of work-based learning activities that expose transition-age students to the demands of post-secondary employment. One such strategy, internships, provides students with a formal opportunity to acquire transferable employment skills that lead to meaningful post-secondary employment outcomes. Facilitating…
Descriptors: Internship Programs, Students with Disabilities, Best Practices, Secondary School Teachers
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Fenty, Nicole S.; Pierce, Abby; Schildwachter, Julia – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
There has been an increased emphasis in recent years on supporting young children with building 21st century literacy skills such as critical thinking and collaboration. Unfortunately, young children with or at risk for disabilities are unlikely to receive access to experiences that build 21st century literacies. Pre-coding activities, which…
Descriptors: Programming, Literacy, Integrated Activities, Early Childhood Education
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Foxworth, Lauren L.; Hashey, Andrew I.; Dexter, Courtney; Rasnitsyn, Shelly; Beck, Rachel – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
Explicit Instruction (EI) and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) have been identified as high-leverage instructional practices in special education, effective for bolstering academic outcomes among learners with processing difficulties and enabling all learners to access curriculum. Given the breadth of research supporting the use of EI across…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Students with Disabilities, Outcomes of Education, Learning Problems
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Anderson, Laura K. – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
Students with intellectual disabilities are among the least likely students to spend a significant amount of time in general education classrooms. When they are included, they may spend their time on non-academic learning experiences. Universal Design for Learning is a lesson planning framework that can guide teachers in inclusive lesson planning.…
Descriptors: Students with Disabilities, Intellectual Disability, Inclusion, Access to Education
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Richardson, Robert D.; Crewdson, Margaret A.; Skinner, Christopher H.; Wheat, Laura S.; Martinez, James A. – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
Class-wide academic performance can be increased by overlaying existing instructional and classroom management procedures with supplemental interdependent group-oriented bonus rewards. The bonus reward strategies may be particularly effective for under-motivated, low-performing students. When applying supplemental interdependent group-oriented…
Descriptors: Rewards, Student Motivation, Classroom Techniques, Contingency Management
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Harbour, Kristin E.; McDaniel, Sara C.; Preast, June L.; Buchanan, Dania – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
Teachers who work with students with targeted, co-occurring academic and behavior differences require the knowledge, tools, and support for effective interventions across both domains. This article provides a research-informed, three-step process to support teachers in designing and implementing integrated targeted interventions for mathematics…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Mathematics Instruction, Elementary School Students, Special Needs Students
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Grillo, Monica – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2022
Implementing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a critical issue for public schools in our country. UDL is an inclusive framework based on the science of learning. It supports and removes barriers to learning for all students while maintaining high expectations. Federal education policies have called for inclusive instruction based on UDL…
Descriptors: Administrator Role, Access to Education, Inclusion, Teacher Attitudes
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