Student Diversity, Third Edition

Teaching Strategies to Meet the Learning Needs of All Students in K-10 Classrooms

Classrooms are richer, more vibrant learning spaces when all students are included. Although a diverse group of students may pose challenges, teachers can overcome these challenges and invite all students to become engaged learners, both academically and socially.

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Classrooms are richer, more vibrant learning spaces when all students are included. Although a diverse group of students may pose challenges, teachers can overcome these challenges and invite all students to become engaged learners, both academically and socially.

Based on extensive classroom research, Student Diversity presents many examples of teachers working together to improve their teaching practice—from the primary and early years to middle school and the secondary year...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.

Teaching is a new adventure each day, says Catherine Feniak, who became a teacher as a natural progression from volunteering with children and working as a teacher's assistant. "I've never left school!" she says.

Leyton is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia–Okanagan.  His teaching and research are in the areas of inclusive education, literacy and language arts, professional development, and teaching and learning in the middle years.

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Grade Range: K-10
Year: 2016
Item No: 8318Item No: 8920Item No: B318
ISBN: 978-1-55138-318-7ISBN: 978-155138-920-2ISBN: 978-15513B-318-7

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