Florida Educator Accomplished Practices Cross-Referenced to Just ASK Publications
This document cross-references the newly revised Florida Educator Accomplished Practices with Instruction for All Students, Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners, and Why Didn’t I Learn This in College? It is a valuable resource for supervisors and evaluators, professional developers, mentors, instructional coaches, and teachers.
To use this tool, identify the accomplished practice on which you wish to focus. Turn to the page listing the selected accomplished practice to find references to the pages in Instruction for All Students, Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners, and Why Didn’t I Learn This in College? that provide strategies, examples, and resources related to that accomplished practice.
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This resource is designed to help teachers build skillfulness in recognizing, respecting, and responding to the needs of the wide range of diverse students in today's classrooms. This book provides an array of strategies for use with accelerated students, English language learners, and students with special needs. The author's background as a general education teacher at the secondary and elementary levels, coupled with a graduate degree in special education and years spent working with students with learning disabilities, sets the stage for a clearly articulated belief in teachers and learners and for realistic and practical approaches to our work.
Over 500,000 copies of this book are in the hands of new teachers and their mentors worldwide. Even veteran teachers say that they find the ideas and strategies here invaluable. It is based on the construct that the best classroom management program is a good instructional program.
Instruction for All Students provides strategies and resources for actively engaging students and multiple approaches to lesson and unit design. It also includes information on technology integration, formative assessment, 21st century thinking skills that promote rigor and relevance, and formats for job-embedded learning.