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This fourth edition offers more than 1,000 brain-friendly strategies and examines standards-based lesson planning, learning styles, and positive teaching mind-sets to enhance student results.

They all Have Special Needs
They all have special needs

In the past, the term special needs used to conjure up images of a student in a wheelchair with a physical handicap, intellectual impairment, or significant disability. But that is, of course, an out-of-date outlook. Today, the term can apply to many students, even those with a hidden disability or those with differences great enough to warrant accommodations, even if they're gifted students. The focus here is twofold. First, we'll explore what to expect in your classroom; you'll learn the nature of the differences involved in special needs. Second, we'll discuss the strategies that can ...

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