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Responding to learner difference and learner difficulties (Loan 3 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Conrad, Dennis A., Ph. D. Blackman, Stacey.
Title Statement
Responding to learner difference and learner difficulties / edited by Dennis A. Conrad, State University of New York at Potsdam and Stacey Blackman, University of the West Indies.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Charlotte, North Carolina :   Information Age Publishing, Inc.,   c2018.  
Physical Medium
xvii, 442 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Caribbean discourse in inclusive education
ISBN
9781641133326 (pbk.) 9781641133333 (harcover)
요약
"Caribbean Discourse in Inclusive Education Volume II "Responding to Learner Diversity and Difficulties" shares selected critical reflections and recommendations on the way educational communities respond to student diversity and difficulties learning. These contexts include the Caribbean, the Diaspora, and beyond. Authors explore issues and strategies for realizing and sustaining the agenda of education for all within primarily, but not limited to, the Caribbean. While the authors are aware of the ongoing debate between the terms 'education for all' and 'inclusive education', we use these terms interchangeably. We hold the position that inclusive education is about commitment to removing barriers to optimum learning for all learners regardless of age, ability, ethnicity, gender, geography, race, religion, sexual orientation or other differences. 'Responding to Learner Diversity and Difficulties' extend the discourse to include stakeholders committed to sharing their experiences and strategies for overcoming barriers to inclusive education. This second volume presents research that examines how teachers can respond to students with disabilities and difficulties learning, teach challenging curriculum content in mathematics and literacy, build citizenship through student voice, improve teacher practice via co-teaching and critical reflection, promote inclusive practice through leadership and advocacy. It can be used as a core text or companion reader for students at the undergraduate and graduate levels, lecturers, practitioners, researchers and policy makers"--
Content Notes
PART I: Responding to Children and Youth with Learner Diversity and Difficulties -- Embracing Diversity in the Early Year's Setting: Challenges and Opportunities for Teacher Professional Development / Mónica Lourenço and Ana Isabel Andrade -- Supporting Student Diversity and Learning Difficulty: A Strengths-Based, Culturally Responsive Model of Support in Mathematics / Audrey M. Sorrells, Elisheba Kiru, and Chelseaia Charran -- Meeting the Needs of Students at Risk, Especially English Language Learners and Immigrants in an Urban Classroom: A Case Study / Benedict L. Adams -- From At-Risk to Take a Risk: Strategies for Supporting Gifted African American Males With Dyslexia / Shawn A. Robinson and Joy Lawson Davis -- Leading the Charge: Teacher Perceptions of Working With Students At-Risk of or Identified With Emotional and Behavioral Disorders / Nickisha Borris-Lezama and Dyanis Conrad-Popova -- PART II: Responding to Curriculum Challenges -- From Academic Performances and Learning in Mathematics to a Transcultural Knowledge: An Example in the Cultural Environment of Martinique / Mélissa Arneton and Line Numa-Bocage -- D.A.N.C.E. Into Differentiation: Innovative Learning and Language Teaching / Holly W. Arnold -- Theory and Practice of Using Culturally Diverse Books to Improve Caribbean K-12 Curricula / Charlene Barners Rowland and Faith-Ann McGarrell -- Cooperative Learning as Critical Culturally Sustaining/Responsive Pedagogy / Harriet J. Bessette and Joy Carter Hicks -- Creativity and Dyscalculia: Building on Strengths Circumventing Deficits / Fredricka Reisman -- When the Humming Hurts: The Strength That Lies Beneath / Sheryl D. Scales and Deborah J. Conrad.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Inclusive education --Carribean Area. Multicultural education --Carribean Area. Youth with social disabilities --Education --Carribean Area. Culturally relevant pedagogy --Carribean Area. Educational equalization --Carribean Area.
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245 0 0 ▼a Responding to learner difference and learner difficulties / ▼c edited by Dennis A. Conrad, State University of New York at Potsdam and Stacey Blackman, University of the West Indies.
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505 0 ▼a PART I: Responding to Children and Youth with Learner Diversity and Difficulties -- Embracing Diversity in the Early Year's Setting: Challenges and Opportunities for Teacher Professional Development / Mónica Lourenço and Ana Isabel Andrade -- Supporting Student Diversity and Learning Difficulty: A Strengths-Based, Culturally Responsive Model of Support in Mathematics / Audrey M. Sorrells, Elisheba Kiru, and Chelseaia Charran -- Meeting the Needs of Students at Risk, Especially English Language Learners and Immigrants in an Urban Classroom: A Case Study / Benedict L. Adams -- From At-Risk to Take a Risk: Strategies for Supporting Gifted African American Males With Dyslexia / Shawn A. Robinson and Joy Lawson Davis -- Leading the Charge: Teacher Perceptions of Working With Students At-Risk of or Identified With Emotional and Behavioral Disorders / Nickisha Borris-Lezama and Dyanis Conrad-Popova -- PART II: Responding to Curriculum Challenges -- From Academic Performances and Learning in Mathematics to a Transcultural Knowledge: An Example in the Cultural Environment of Martinique / Mélissa Arneton and Line Numa-Bocage -- D.A.N.C.E. Into Differentiation: Innovative Learning and Language Teaching / Holly W. Arnold -- Theory and Practice of Using Culturally Diverse Books to Improve Caribbean K-12 Curricula / Charlene Barners Rowland and Faith-Ann McGarrell -- Cooperative Learning as Critical Culturally Sustaining/Responsive Pedagogy / Harriet J. Bessette and Joy Carter Hicks -- Creativity and Dyscalculia: Building on Strengths Circumventing Deficits / Fredricka Reisman -- When the Humming Hurts: The Strength That Lies Beneath / Sheryl D. Scales and Deborah J. Conrad.
505 0 ▼a PART III: Teachers and Students' Responses to Diversity -- Culturally Relevant Teacher Self-Efficacy Among Preservice and In-Service Teachers in St. Lucia: An Exploration / Talia Esnard and Christine Descartes -- Learning From Our Stories: Narratives in Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy / Kelly Puzio, Sarah N. Newcomer, and Kristen L. Pratt -- Exploring the Potential Benefits of Coteaching for Learner Diversity and Learning Difficulties: Two Voices / Lisa Lamondie-Grenville and Lisa M. Philip -- Teaching CCSS Mathematics: Engaging Students With Learning Disabilities in General Education Classrooms / Susan J. Courey and Kiera Chase -- PART IV: Advocacy and Responsiveness -- Models to Promote Parent Involvement in Children's Education Within the U.S. Virgin Islands / Carla M. Sewer and Nerisssa LeBlanc Gillum -- Barbadian and Vincentian Students' Understandings of Difference, Its Tensions, and Student Inclusion / Stacey N. J. Blackman, Ken Williams, Dennis A. Conrad, and Theresa Abo-Deeb Gentile -- Responding to Barriers to Inclusion: The Voices of Tertiary-Level Students With Disabilities in Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago / Stacey N. J. Blackman, Dennis A. Conrad, and Lisa M. Philip -- Transformative Teacher Leadership IS Inclusive Education: A Cross-Cultural Consideration of Teachers' Work in Jamaica and the United States / Eleanor Blair.
520 ▼a "Caribbean Discourse in Inclusive Education Volume II "Responding to Learner Diversity and Difficulties" shares selected critical reflections and recommendations on the way educational communities respond to student diversity and difficulties learning. These contexts include the Caribbean, the Diaspora, and beyond. Authors explore issues and strategies for realizing and sustaining the agenda of education for all within primarily, but not limited to, the Caribbean. While the authors are aware of the ongoing debate between the terms 'education for all' and 'inclusive education', we use these terms interchangeably. We hold the position that inclusive education is about commitment to removing barriers to optimum learning for all learners regardless of age, ability, ethnicity, gender, geography, race, religion, sexual orientation or other differences. 'Responding to Learner Diversity and Difficulties' extend the discourse to include stakeholders committed to sharing their experiences and strategies for overcoming barriers to inclusive education. This second volume presents research that examines how teachers can respond to students with disabilities and difficulties learning, teach challenging curriculum content in mathematics and literacy, build citizenship through student voice, improve teacher practice via co-teaching and critical reflection, promote inclusive practice through leadership and advocacy. It can be used as a core text or companion reader for students at the undergraduate and graduate levels, lecturers, practitioners, researchers and policy makers"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
650 0 ▼a Inclusive education ▼z Carribean Area.
650 0 ▼a Multicultural education ▼z Carribean Area.
650 0 ▼a Youth with social disabilities ▼x Education ▼z Carribean Area.
650 0 ▼a Culturally relevant pedagogy ▼z Carribean Area.
650 0 ▼a Educational equalization ▼z Carribean Area.
700 1 ▼a Conrad, Dennis A., ▼c Ph. D.
700 1 ▼a Blackman, Stacey.
830 0 ▼a Caribbean discourse in inclusive education.
945 ▼a KLPA

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