Learning in Safe Schools (Second Edition)

A practical and timely revision, Learning in Safe Schools offers the tools teachers need for building inclusive schools, from establishing a schoolwide code of conduct to creating, enforcing, and supporting a behavior plan. Grounded in the concept that choice for students in both learning and assessment is critical, this completely updated resource offers ideas for planning and adapting curriculum for a wide range of students and encourages strategies that build collaborative learning with examples of effective approaches to problem solving.

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A practical and timely revision, Learning in Safe Schools offers the tools teachers need for building inclusive schools, from establishing a schoolwide code of conduct to creating, enforcing, and supporting a behavior plan. Grounded in the concept that choice for students in both learning and assessment is critical, this completely updated resource offers ideas for planning and adapting curriculum for a wide range of students and encourages strategies that build collaborative learnin...read more

About the Author(s)

Faye became a teacher because she loves kids of all ages and their enthusiasm for learning. "They keep me young and involved and push my thinking and learning about how to meet the needs of each and every one of them," she explains.

Judith spent thirty years teaching in classrooms working with students with special needs and as a consultant in a school district. She is currently working in the Okanagan Skaha district, helping teachers with social responsibility and school completion.

Table of Contents

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Contents
PART ONE: Building an Inclusive School
Chapter 1: Developing a School-wide Code of Conduct in Elementary and Middle Schools
Chapter 2: Building a Culture Where All Students Belong
Chapter 3: Learning as a Journey
PART TWO: Teaching So All Students Can Learn
Chapter 4: Planning Lessons with the End in Mind
Chapter 5: Show What You Know
Chapter 6: Building an Inclusive Culture in a Secondary Classroom
Chapter 7: Building an Inclusive Culture in an Intermediate Classroom
Chapter 8: Making Adaptations and Modifications to Improve Learning
PART THREE: Taking "Ownership" of All Students
Chapter 9: Creating a Resource Model
Chapter 10: Implementing Class Review
Chapter 11: MAPS: Planning for Individual Students
Appendixes
Annotated Bibliography of Classroom Resources
Professional Bibliography
Index

Product Details

Grade Range: K-12
Media: 128 pp/paperMedia: E-Book/Print Bundle
Year: 2011
Item No: 8266Item No: 8831Item No: B266
ISBN: 978-155138-266-1ISBN: 978-155138-831-1ISBN: 978-15513B-266-1

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