Thank you for your recent, thought-provoking presentation. You mentioned that there are teaching strategies for color-blind students to make it easier for them to learn.
There are a number of things that teachers can do to implement MTSS and RTI (Really Terrific Instruction) in their classrooms that will help to inspire and motivate all learners in their classrooms. These seven (7) tips offer some great insights into how to start making good things happen in your classroom and for your students.
At the heart of all the theories, ideas, and different labels; regardless of the vernacular, what we're really talking about is adjusting our teaching to respect the way our students learn. It's about employing strategies that have been proven to work, and adjusting the way we offer learning, based upon the feedback we receive from constant progress monitoring. Ultimately, it is about applying What I like to refer to as Really Terrific Instruction.
Teaching Students with Autism: Excellent article on Teaching Students with Autism. Would love to know your thoughts on the article. Also, feel free to share your best tips for Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Response to Intervention Strategies for Secondary Teachers - This seminar will help alleviate the fear and confusion surrounding RTI, especially at the secondary level, by providing practical, classroom-tested techniques for Tiers I, II and III as well as user-friendly materials that can be implemented immediately in your classroom.