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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Can a Teacher Reach All of His or Her Students Revisited

At the beginning of this section of the blog we posed this question: Can a teacher reach all of his or her students? At that time I wrote: “teachers may not reach all their students in the same way".

Now I would add to that statement and say: A teacher is more likely to reach all of his or her students if her or she can appropriately apply the theory of learning styles and multiple intelligences, differentiated and individualized instruction, the IEP and the ILP, plus obtain the assistance of an instructional support team including special educators at the school or the central agency, the principal or school director, trained mentor teachers, madrichim, and teaching aides.

On the next post we will begin a new topic for the blog, managing student behavior.

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