Inclusion and Typical Learners

MLK Day Preview: What are you doing for others?
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In honor of and inspired by MLK Day (January 19), I decided to teach some...
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Joy of Teaching Novels in Middle School
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I love to read. I’ve been told I started reading early, or at least pretended...
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A Wonderful Way to Teach About the Water Cycle
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If you are an elementary school teacher looking for a creative and engaging way to...
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10 Tips on Studying for Tests in Middle School
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One of the most anxiety causing rituals in school are tests! We’ve all had a...
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Chaos Tag: A Variation on the Game of Tag, Part 1
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Ask any child what his/her favorite subject in school is, and you will most certainly...
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Full-Inclusion: 5 Tips to Help Make it Work
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Tips for managing a fully-inclusive classroom are really not much different than what you would...
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Hands-on Learning: Flying Hot Air Balloons
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While we couldn’t afford to take all of our students on a nice hot air...
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Buddy Breaks
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You've heard of buddy reading, and partnering students for the reinforcement of academic learning.  But...
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Write This Way: Motivating Students to Write
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Of all the subjects I teach, writing is probably one of the most challenging subjects....
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Goodbye traditional one-size-fits-all classrooms
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What if everyone in the world wore the same shoe style?  Fashion would lose its...
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