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Common Core State Standards for Students With Gifts and Talents

Content type: Journal Article
As many states have adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), teachers can look to these standards as a framework for supporting students with gifts and talents. Differentiation of curriculum and instruction to address the CCSS will be necessary to...

Embedding Secondary Transition in the Common Core State Standards

Content type: Journal Article
This article discusses alignment between the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and secondary transition instruction. A brief overview of the history and current status of the CSSS is provided followed by two possible approaches for teachers to use when...

FIX

Content type: Journal Article
Teaching students in upper elementary school to revise their papers effectively requires a three-pronged approach. First, teachers provide instruction on a relevant genre or writing form (using CCSS English Language Arts or other relevant standards as a...

REASON

Content type: Journal Article
Common Core mathematics instruction presents unique challenges for students with disabilities, particularly twice-exceptional learners who may be successful problem solvers but may have difficulty articulating their reasoning process and problem-solving...

Supporting Clear and Concise Mathematics Language

Content type: Journal Article
Mathematics learning is sequential and builds in complexity as children learn more advanced skills. The transition that many schools are making to the Common Core State Standards may require that some mathematics skills are introduced at earlier grades...

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