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This second edition of Inclusion Strategies for Secondary Classrooms helps teachers access specific findings that target students with disabilities secondary classrooms. Providing a quick resource of research-supported strategies, M. C. Gore offers field-tested and teacher-friendly approaches to understanding the levels and stages of learning for students with disabilities.
An updated revision of the bestselling book Successful Inclusion Strategies for Secondary and Middle School Teachers, this book: Addresses the reauthorization of IDEA 2004 and the full impact of NCLB on special education; Highlights how the strategies in this book can be incorporated in all levels of RTI; Includes expanded discussion of Universal Design for Learning
Chapter 3: Keys to the Effectiveness of the Inclusion Strategies
Keys to the Effectiveness of the Inclusion Strategies
The locks on the doors to our students' learning can seem overwhelming to them and to us. The good news is that by using three master keys to effective instruction for students with disabilities, and the individual keys that are guided by those master keys, we can help our students unlock the doors to learning.
The three master keys to effective instruction for students with disabilities are (1) explicitness, (2) structure, and (3) repetition.
In “Instructing Adolescents With Learning Disabilities: A Component and Composite Analysis,” published in Learning Disabilities Research and Practice, Swanson and Hoskyn (2001) noted the importance of explicitness in all phases of instruction for secondary students with learning problems. ...