Release on 1987 | by California. State Department of Education
Author: California. State Department of Education
Category: Educational publishing
The instructional materials listed in this document were reviewed by a California Legal Compliance Committee using the social content requirements of the Educational Code concerning the depiction of males and females, ethnic groups, older persons, disabled persons, and others to ensure that the materials were responsive to social concerns. Included for all materials are publisher, title, International Standard Book Number, copyright date, grade level, and Legal Compliance Committee termination date. The materials are divided into the following subject areas: (1) reading; (2) literature; (3) spelling and handwriting; (4) dictionaries; (5) English; (6) science; (7) health; (8) art and music; (9) mathematics; (10) social sciences; (11) foreign languages; (12) English as a foreign language; (13) kindergarten; (14) computer software; (15) miscellaneous; and (16) bilingual/bicultural materials. (PCB)
Release on 2016-06-17 | by Rachel Schiff,R. Malatesha Joshi
A Handbook on Systematic Training Programs for Individuals with Learning Disabilities
Author: Rachel Schiff,R. Malatesha Joshi
This book reviews systematic training programs that are designed to enhance the language, reading, literacy and cognitive skills of individuals with Learning Disabilities in various disciplines. Most titles on Learning Disabilities intervention often focus on the linguistic area of the disability, while there are many more areas of difficulty. Students with learning disabilities struggle with such as math, cognitive abilities, and organizational skills. Adopting a multi-disciplinary approach, this book encompasses a wide variety of remedial treatments and therapies developed by expert researchers and scholars in the Learning Disabilities area.
When is a g pronounced hard or soft? How does y change to i when forming plurals? How can students recognize the silent gh? This popular test brings together a year’s worth of spelling lessons for middle school students who are reading below grade level. Graphic organizers, crossword puzzles, and spelling anecdotes accommodate numerous learning styles and make the learning fun and memorable. 36 lessons, each calibrated for different learning styles Instructions are at the second-grade level, and words chosen are at the third-grade level Recommended practice is for five 10–15 minute sessions per week Pre-tests and post-tests track student progress Correlates to IRA/NCTE standards
Release on 2014-04-23 | by Maggie Clarke,Sharon Pittaway
Author: Maggie Clarke,Sharon Pittaway
Pubpsher: Pearson Higher Education AU
Marsh’s Becoming a Teacher, 6e continues to offer pre-service teachers a practical and user-friendly guide to learning to teach that students find invaluable throughout their entire degree. Marsh covers a comprehensive introduction to teaching methodology, preparing pre-service teachers for the challenges they face in a 21st-century classroom. All chapters in this new edition have been updated with new approaches and current references by the two new authors Maggie Clarke and Sharon Pittaway. The approach in this 6th edition is more reflective and gives readers an even greater opportunity to interact with issues raised in the text.