Simple Strategies for Teaching Children <span class="hi-italic">at Risk</span> K-5

Simple Strategies for Teaching Children at Risk K-5

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Easy to implement strategies teachers can use right now

While opinions differ on how to define students who are “at risk.” most teachers agree that they are seeing more children hit roadblocks due to limited academic experiences, challenging environments, ADHD, or behavioral problems. Teachers often feel underprepared to connect with these students and improve their learning experiences.

In their latest work, Melissa Stormont and Cathy Newman Thomas draw upon their field experiences within special education and psychology to offer K-5 teachers practical tools for building relationships with these children. Readers will discover simple strategies for developing students' academic aptitude and social behavior as well as how to

Identify who is at risk for failure and why; Build positive teacher-student relationships and establish supportive groups among children; Use data-based ...

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