What Do I Do About the Kid Who…?

50 Ways to Turn Teaching into Learning

Every teacher has at least one student in their class that they worry they'll never be able to reach. A student who is reluctant to speak in public, forgets, finds it difficult to work in groups, is uninterested, seems to be an outsider, and so on. In What Do I Do About the Kid Who…?, educators learn how to create a learning environment that helps meet the needs of these students.

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Every teacher has at least one student in their class that they worry they'll never be able to reach. A student who is reluctant to speak in public, forgets, finds it difficult to work in groups, is uninterested, seems to be an outsider, and so on. In What Do I Do About the Kid Who…?, educators learn how to create a learning environment that helps meet the needs of these students.

Practical and functional, the book shows teachers how to structure content learning activities s...read more

About the Author(s)

Kathleen Gould Lundy has been involved in teaching and the arts for more than thirty years. A popular speaker and education leader, Kathy has worked on the development of curriculum documents and instructional videos on many aspects of literacy and learning.

Table of Contents

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Introduction: Thinking About the Students Who Keep You Awake at Night
1. Establishing the Learning Environment
2. Engaging the Students
3. Exploring the Curriculum
4. Extending the Learning
5. Evaluating and Assessing the Learning
Appendices
Recommended Resources
Professional Reading
Index
Acknowledgments

Product Details

Grade Range: K-12
Media: 144 pp/paperMedia: E-BookMedia: E-Book/Print
Item No: 8165Item No: 8895Item No: B657
ISBN: 978-155138-165-7ISBN: 978-155138-895-3ISBN: 978-155138-B65-7

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