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Record identifier : 565960
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Carr, Cathy Cofer
Title and statement of responsibility : Best practices in meeting the needs of exceptional children and diverse learners in the general core curriculum classroom [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Spalding University, 2003
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ed.D
Body granting the degree : , Spalding University
Summary or Abstract : Educators are concerned about meeting the needs of all students no matter what their disability may be, their socioeconomic background, or their race. In 1997, IDEA reinforced the directive that students with disabilities should receive their education in the least restrictive environment but also emphasized that special education services should start in the general core curriculum classrooms. The "regular" classroom teacher needs to find strategies that will help students become more successful. Along with special education students that the teacher is educating, the teacher also is teaching students of diversity. In the classroom today, there can also be found students from different races and children from families of different incomes. The presence of all these different types of students and learners provides a challenge to teachers and could hurt the teachers' ability to effectively educate all students and hurt the students' ability to learn, if teachers do not know how to meet the needs of all. This dissertation deals specifically with the best practices in meeting the needs of all types of students in the general core curriculum classrooms, whether they have an IEP, come from a low socioeconomic background, or are from a minority. The research is designed to provide a resource for all "regular" classroom teachers, so that they may better educate themselves in regard to the best practices in meeting the needs of all exceptional children and diverse learners in their classrooms. The analysis of the literature from 1956 to 2002 provides educators with a more comprehensive view of different practices listed for each exceptionality and diversity. The analysis of the research will clarify and support the following research questions: (1) What can teachers do to improve the overall instruction with the different types of learners that are enrolled in school today? (2) What are the best strategies for teachers to implement and support sound educational practices for structuring an enhanced learning environment for all children? (3) How can general classroom teachers be more supportive, adaptive, flexible, and have assignments be more individualized? This research demonstrates that there are many practices that teachers can choose from when teaching different types of students, in order to be successful. This research also stresses that educators need to look at education with open eyes and that not all practices work for all students. Teachers need to realize that each student has needs and that it is best to teach to the individual and not to the whole the same way every day..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Curricula, Teaching, Special education, Teacher education
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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