With Universal Design for Learning as their chisel, says Elizabeth Stein, teachers can sculpt super learning environments to meet every student’s needs.
Author: Elizabeth Stein
A draft accommodations manual from PARCC, the national testing consortium, has Elizabeth Stein wondering about teaching quality for students with disabilities.
In her 2nd post about the power of high expectations for all students, special educator Elizabeth Stein shares the views of a diverse group of 7th graders.
Elizabeth Stein & assistant principal Paul McNeil consider personal, classroom, and school strategies that can help close achievement gaps for students with disabilities, including peer tutoring and support for high expectations. It takes a team approach, and it takes time and patience.
In the inclusion classroom, co-teachers must use strategies that motivate both general & special needs students, writes co-teacher Elizabeth Stein.
In an interview with Elizabeth Stein, co-teaching pioneer Anne Beninghof says inclusion classrooms should be exemplary models of differentiated instruction.
MiddleWeb blogger Elizabeth Stein shares highlights from a recent day-long learning session with Anne Beninghof, author of “Co-Teaching That Works.”
Student views of co-teaching & inclusion are shaped by what they see, as these 7th grade voices shared by Two Teachers blogger Elizabeth Stein show.
The school year halfway point is a good time for co-teachers to check how things are going, writes Elizabeth Stein. In the classroom AND the relationship.
Laurie Wasserman and Elizabeth Stein share their good wishes for middle grades educators everywhere. And if some sound like resolutions, well…they’re teachers!