A step by step guide through the process of providing proactive and progressive learning support to struggling students before, during, and after instruction. Available in 2 formats (Print, Pocket PD)--
In How to Support Struggling Students (part of the Mastering the Principles of Great Teaching series), Robyn R. Jackson and Claire Lambert take you through the steps of building your plan and provide all the strategies you need to support students before, during, and after instruction, including:
- Activating background knowledge, preparing students with advance organizers, and helping them pre-learn key vocabulary through acceleration practices.
- Establishing “red flags” that identify when students need interventions to quickly get them back on course and delivering targeted interventions that quickly put struggling students back on the path to mastery.
- Applying appropriate remediation for the few students who need help the most.
- Comprehensive, progressive support plans that can be tailored to your classroom content and the students you teach. Regardless of the grade level or subject you teach, get concepts and strategies you need to support students as they learn and intervene effectively with students who show signs that they are headed for failure. Based on principle 4 in our best-seller
Mastering the Principles of Great Teaching Series is a how-to series that focuses on each of the seven principles of effective instruction introduced in our best-selling book Never Work Harder Than Your Students & Other Principles of Great Teaching.