Evidence-Based Strategies

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Now that you have a solid understanding of what an inclusive environment is, it is time to look at some evidence-based strategies that you can implement in order to be able to meet the needs of the exceptional learners you will be working with. Creating environments that are engaging and cognitively stimulating for children while at the same time meeting each and every child’s needs is the ultimate goal. Using evidence-based strategies will assist you in making this goal a reality.

To prepare for this discussion,

  • Please refer to the Week Three Guidance for further tips and examples that will support your success on this discussion.
  • Review textbook Chapter 2: Teaching Students in Special Education.
  • Choose one of the evidence-based strategies groups below that is interesting to you and review the provided resources.

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Evidence-Based Strategies

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Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Group 5

Group 6

In your post,

  • Put the names of the two evidence-based strategies you chose from the table above in the subject line of your post.
  • Compare and contrast the two evidence-based strategies you were assigned.
  • Explain the importance of using evidence-based strategies to assist all children’s success in an inclusive learning environment.
  • Synthesize how you could use the two evidence-based strategies together in order to meet the needs of diverse learners in your learning environment.

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School: UT Austin

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OUTLINE

1. INTRODUCTION
2. BODY
3. CONCLUSION
4. REFERENCE


Running Head: COMMUNICATION

Evidence-Based Teaching Strategies
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COMMUNICATION

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How teachers can help children, who are homeless. Scaffolding for student success
The two methods are focused on providing a conducive environment for a student to
learn successfully. They both provide for a smooth transition process from one activity to
another. In the scaffolding strategy, the teacher can begin with text to writing before bringing in
technology-based writing. In teaching homeless children the teacher can similarly assess the
flexibility of the child by understanding his prior history before introducing new techniques.
Both methods also provide empowerment to the learner by involving them in class activities and
encouraging them to understand the new concepts.
The scaffolding is however different regarding its end...

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