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Severe and Multiple Needs
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Severe and Multiple Needs

Academic: Sheryl Bunyard

Content Type: In Practice

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd. (2015)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473928589

Ifield School Teacher Sheryl Bunyard discusses the the wide range of children with complex physical needs, medical needs and communication difficulties. Bunyard explains classroom management, specialized language for teaching and adaptations for teaching children with disabilities.

David Cihak Discusses Autism
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David Cihak Discusses Autism

Interviewee: David F. Cihak

Content Type: Interview

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd. (2015)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473928619

David Cihak discusses the challenges and rewards of working with students with autism spectrum disorders, the ways views and treatment have changed over time, and the benefits of including students with autism in general ed. classrooms.

Anger Management
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Anger Management

Academic: Tina Rae Ph. D.

Content Type: Tutorial

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd. (2015)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473928701

In this tutorial, Dr. Tina Rae, Senior Lecturer at the University of East London, discusses anger, how it is manifested and why it can be problematic in the classroom. She offers strategies that teachers can use to support students who present with anger management issues.

Idea Generation
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Idea Generation

Academic: Debra Myhill Ed. D.

Content Type: Definition

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd. (2015)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473931961

This film defines idea generation, and includes commentary on writing processes.

Family involvement: learning sign language
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Family involvement: learning sign language

Academic: Bonnie Grossbauer, Cecilia A. Winkler

Content Type: In Practice

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd. (2015)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473935495

It is important for parents and families of deaf children to learn to communicate, in sign language, with their children. One of the biggest reasons a family member of a deaf child should learn sign language is to help build a more meaningful relationship with the child. And, as in any child's home, language exposure during the developmental stages of learning is critical for deaf children. This film follows family members of deaf children in the American Sign Language classroom as they begin to learn to sign.

Teaching Diverse Students
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Teaching Diverse Students

Speaker: Myles Bolden

Content Type: In Practice

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd. (2015)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473935693

This film examines teaching to a diverse population of students. See different strategies as exemplified by the Boys & Girls Club of America.

An introduction of the article "Becoming researchers: A narrative study of Chinese university EFL teachers' research practice and their professional identity construction"
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An introduction of the article "Becoming researchers: A narrative study of Chinese university EFL teachers' research practice and their professional identity construction"

Academic: Xu Yueting

Content Type: Video Case

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd. (2015)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473940291

Xu Yueting describes the premise, methodology, and findings of her paper "Becoming Researchers--A Narrative Study of Chinese University EFL Teachers' Research Practices and Their Professional Identity Construction."

Concept-Based Curriculum and Instruction for the Thinking Classroom
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Concept-Based Curriculum and Instruction for the Thinking Classroom

Producer: Peggie Howard

Speaker: Alyssa Smith

Academic: Lynn Erickson

Speaker: Jeff Hoseley, Tanya Elmer, Mary Ellen Frick, Ann Barlow, Andrea Solitro, Jeanette McIntyre, Tanya Perry, Julie Wiese Rodriguez, Rebecca Lavender, Jan Richards

Content Type: In Practice

Publisher: Corwin Press (2009)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781506309330

Dr. Lynn Erickson discusses the importance of concept based learning in the classroom. Erickson's goal is to train teachers to set up a curriculum that synergizes factual and conceptual levels of thinking.

How the Brain Learns, Third Edition
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How the Brain Learns, Third Edition

Director: Sarah Powers

Producer: Grace M. Hanlon

Academic: Charles Hagy Jr., Amy Taylor, David A. Sousa, Kathleen Devine, Jane Higginbotham, Ron Ream

Content Type: Interview

Publisher: Corwin Press (2008)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781506309392

Our brains have developed considerably over the decades and young minds are developing in a different environment than before. With the help of neuroscience, Dr. David A. Sousa, author of How the Brain Learns, provides instruction and strategies teachers can use to help students develop lasting cognitive skills. This new area of pedagogy is called, brain-compatible teaching.

Bilingual Education
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Bilingual Education

Practitioner: Michael A. Frank

Content Type: In Practice

Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc. (2014)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781506314747

Michael Frank, a mathematics teacher in New York, discusses his bilingual approach to math instruction.

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