Inclusion & CCSS Supports for Students & Staff

Inclusion & CCSS Supports for Students & Staff

Toby J. Karten

Explores inclusion strategies, instructional supports, monitoring, reflection, and collaborative practices.
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Author Toby Karten summarizes the reasons and research behind Common Core State Standards and other initiatives and offers recommendations for using research-based inclusion strategies, instructional supports, monitoring, reflection, and collaborative practices to give all staff and students a step-by-step, outcome-based formula. Karten highlights the ADMIRE strategic approach, focusing on ways to assess, activate, decide, delineate, model, monitor, instruct, involve, reflect, revise, engage, and enrich students and staff with the standards. Every student deserves access to a quality education, viable postsecondary options, and core knowledge. With collaborative planning, a deep understanding of rigorous standards, and Karten’s valuable guidance, any school can proficiently provide just that.
Product Code: BPP150701
ISBN: 9781941112328 | 12/22/15
Publisher: LSI

Reviews

Inclusion & CCSS Supports for Students & Staff is a resource with multiple strategies that support rigorous Common Core instruction and learning for diverse learners. I’m looking forward to publication so I can recommend it to my team.”

—Natalie Wester, 2010 Ohio Teacher of the Year

Inclusion & CCSS Supports for Students & Staff validated that my practices were consistent with recent research and CCSS-aligned practices. It also made me think of how I can better meet the needs of all students.”

—Mary Eldredge-Sandbo, 2010 North Dakota Teacher of the Year

“The ADMIRE strategies in Inclusion & CCSS Supports for Students & Staff are an essential tool for educators who are mandated to teach according to the CCSS.”

—Christopher R. Bowen, 2014 Tennessee Teacher of the Year finalist

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