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BRIDGES

Content type: Journal Article
This paper describes practical strategies teachers can use to increase and improve the quality of parent involvement. The BRIDGES model was developed as part of an action research project implemented in a third grade inclusion classroom. Key features of...

PROSE Checklist

Content type: Journal Article
The abstract was removed per editor's suggestion.

Bringing Instructional Strategies Home

Content type: Journal Article
Families of children with disabilities play a critical role in fostering development and promoting independence across the life span of their children. Although implementing collaborative supports can be challenging for families and practitioners, online...

Using Explicit and Systematic Instruction to Support Working Memory

Content type: Journal Article
Differences in working memory capacity have important implications for learning new skills and completing instructional activities. Students with learning disabilities are particularly vulnerable to contending with compromised working memory while learning...

Making Inclusion Work With Co-Teaching

Content type: Journal Article
Co-teaching is considered essential to the process of including students with special needs into the general education classroom. Fortunately, most general education teachers are positively disposed toward co-teaching and inclusion. However, observed...

Classroom Management With Exceptional Learners

Content type: Journal Article
Managing a classroom effectively is a critical skill teachers need to maximize academic achievement, enhance student social competence, promote positive classroom climate, and support students with exceptional needs. When paired with effective instruction...

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