Practical Strategies for Struggling Learners in Today's Inclusive Classroom

(First Edition)
Written and edited by Ashlea L. Rineer-Hershey
Paperback, 154 pages
ISBN: 978-1-5165-1603-2 ©2018
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Summary
    Practical Strategies for Struggling Learners in Today's Inclusive Classroom gives readers an overview of appropriate academic interventions for struggling learners. Featuring strategies and intervention models whose benefits are supported by research, the book enables educators to develop action plans to help students succeed.

    The text addresses the impact of inclusive education, identification and assessment of student learning needs, multi-tiered systems of support, and ways to meet the needs of all students through differentiated learning. In addition, readers learn about co-teaching, planning for instruction, and working with students who have significant disabilities. The book features clearly stated objectives to help readers focus their learning, key terms, engaging discussion questions, and application activities.

    Designed for undergraduate and graduate courses for pre-service and in-service K-12 teachers, Practical Strategies for Struggling Learners in Today's Inclusive Classroom gives educators the necessary skills and knowledge to assist all of their students in meeting grade-level standards.

    Ashlea L. Rineer-Hershey earned her Ph.D. in educational leadership and instructional management at Robert Morris University. Dr. Rineer-Hershey is an assistant professor in the Special Education Department at Slippery Rock University, where she teaches courses in low incidence disabilities, intervention in the content areas, and the autism spectrum disorder. Her writing has appeared in the International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, and she has presented at numerous regional and national conferences on a wide variety of topics in teacher education. Dr. Rineer-Hershey is a member of the National Council for Exceptional Education and the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators.