Varying levels of personal, social, and material resources can create specific challenges for students, as well as for schools and communities. Educators are key: Teachers are integral to the lives of under-resourced young people who can and will achieve success if we understand them—and understand how to guide and teach them. This revised edition of Research-Based Strategies helps us do all that and more.
Easy to use
You choose the academic, behavioral, or community concern or challenge. The book takes you quickly through more than 75 research-based strategies, their explanations, and associated research citations.
Zero in on one issue, or use the book as a general guide. Teachers may modify the techniques to best suit their circumstances. Most of these strategies are effective with any student, regardless of resources.
At-a-glance “menu” of challenges, strategies, and related research reduces your planning time and improves your effectiveness. Develop more immediate, reliable intervention strategies and address students’ challenges before they become overwhelming.
Quantitative statements about the precise potential effect of each strategy.
Added effect of poverty
The added effect of poverty reflects current research about how poverty impacts effect-size measurements.
Includes more than 20 new strategies! Monitor progress. Respond quickly. Raise achievement.
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