Lessons and Instructional Strategies
The purpose of these units is to increase awareness of how society can improve the lives of people with disabilities by removing the social and physical barriers that prevent full participation. Highlights a successful partnership with Parasport Ontario.
The Ministry of Education established the Expert Panel on Literacy and Numeracy Instruction for Students With Special Education Needs to recommend practices, based on research, that would allow Ontario's teachers to improve and reinforce effective instruction of reading, writing, oral communication, and mathematics to students from Kindergarten to Grade 6 who have special education needs.
The links on this site were collected for three purposes. To help teachers: 1. discover what a useful tool technology can be in the classroom. 2. develop the processes of integrating computers into the learning environment. 3. locate resources for professional development.
From the publisher: ‘Differentiated instruction engages students of all abilities as active learners, decision-makers, and problem solvers—making educational experiences more meaningful for all. This one-of-a-kind book proves that designing differentiated instruction can be simple and fun! Packed with creative adaptation ideas like fidget bags, doodle notes, and choice boards, this book gives K–12 educators 100 teacher-designed, kid-tested strategies they can use to meet the needs of all students in inclusive classrooms.’
This book is for teachers of elementary and middle school children. It assists them to develop a classroom community in which all children feel good about themselves and work together as valued members of a classroom community. This book is a must for teachers who want ideas for lessons. It recommends children's books for each lesson. Step by step examples of curriculum. Popular with teachers and parents of elementary age students.
This book will help teachers provide high-quality physical education with severe physical disabities.
Lesson plans and videos focusing on Rick Hansen educational programs.
Teaching-learning Critical Pathways (TLCP) is a model used to organize actions for teachers and student learning. Based on a strategy developed in Fullan, Hill and Crevola's book Breakthrough. The basic idea of the pathway is that classroom practice can be organized in a practical, precise and highly personalized manner for each student, with the intended outcome being increased achievement for all students. The model is an organizational template for deep learning and inquiry.