"New Ways of Looking at Learning Disabilities" bridges the gap between general and special education pedagogy, by including constructivist, humanist, social-cultural, and multicultural points of view. Through case studies and discussions, you will see students experiencing success using student-centered curriculum approaches, thematic teaching, multi-age grouping, peer-mediated instruction, multicultural curriculum, authentic assessment, and much, much more! The book includes thought pieces presenting main issues and questions brought about by new perspectives. Each thought piece is followed by practical ideas to improve classroom instruction and allows teachers to know how their students learn best to plan curriculum.
Publisher: Love Publishing Co
Number of pages: 344
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