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Teaching Supports and Techniques
Teaching supports and techniques

This chapter will focus on instructional approaches and strategies that meet the needs of students with disabilities in programs that address bullying. These should not be viewed as additional work or activities that supplement a school-wide program and will be a burden for teachers of students with disabilities. Rather, they should be viewed as an integral part of good teaching. You are probably utilizing them in academic and behavioral interventions. They are presented here as a way to fortify the anti-bullying program for those students who are most at risk for being victims. If a school-wide program is truly school wide and addresses all learners, teachers of students with disabilities must employ best practices when providing instruction on ...

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