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    • 1 4 4. What are some important points to remember about teaching spelling? The key points addressed are spelling must be taught, it must be individualized to meet the needs of the students and it must be taught across the curriculum. Teachers...
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    • 1 Best Spelling Practices in Classroom Instruction Chapter 1 - Introduction There are many challenges that face educators regarding how to effectively teach spelling. Gentry stated, “Spelling really does matter and that, as educators, we need to...
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    • Autism; Education; Educational psychology
    • 1 Chapter One Introduction There is a rapidly increasing amount of children being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) every year, and with this, comes greater demands on public schools and teachers to appropriately educate these children....
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    • 10 are able to make “annual growth” in the first few years of school, they will not become further behind others, but they still will be unable to reach appropriate benchmarks. Research indicates that, although data vary from state to state, the...
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    • 13 Family. Several activities have been incorporated for the purpose of entertaining the whole family. Most of these activities take place in the evening after the tours have been finished for the day and most shops downtown have been closed. Games...
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    • 13 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING their nondisabled classmates. Furthermore, Seehorn (n.d.) points out that by being included, students will be exposed to opportunities for problem solving that will help them as they function outside of the classroom...
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    • 15 targeted intervention to enable students to ‘catch up’ on critical reading skills” (Kamps et al., 2007, p. 155). In this tier, students receive “more intensive, research-based interventions with close progress monitoring” (Berkeley, Bender,...
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    • Reading comprehension; Evaluation; Education; Introversion; Dialogue
    • 15 yet it is in the test format where personality type may influence the results (Furnham, et al, 2009; Saklofske & Kostura, 1990). Perhaps not surprisingly, persons who are less extroverted with higher emotional management control, i.e. introverts...
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    • 18 In conclusion, beneficial homework can be categorized into four types, each having its own emphasis and purpose for supporting student learning. By identifying purpose, teachers can determine whether an assignment is worth the cost of time and...
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    • 18 negative, that child’s awareness of contingencies affecting their own behavior is increased (Appolloni, Cooke & Strain, 1976). In some instances, student removal from the classroom and placement in a less stimulating environment such as a...
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    • Autism; Education; Educational psychology
    • 19 some public schools to evaluate self-contained classroom spaces for children with ASD as their least restrictive environment (Hall, 2012). Conclusion Current research does not show any clear placement that is more successful than another; it...
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    • 2 9 For the next six weeks the Words Their Way spelling program was used to teach spelling. This consisted of specific groups of students at each level of spelling development, ranging from students in the within-word patterns to...
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    • 20 Tier two students are those students from tier one who fail to progress. Tier two students receive tutoring and small group instruction. Students in tier three are those who continue to fail to make progress and are placed in special educational...
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    • Reading comprehension; Evaluation; Education; Introversion; Dialogue
    • 21 clarifying confusing points, sharing what individuals viewed as important in the text, making connections to other texts, critiquing the author, connecting the text to their own lives and experiences, and relating the text to other knowledge...
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    • 21 counterparts (NAEP, 2011). RTI gives educators the flexibility to meet the needs of diverse learners to help all students find success in learning to read. Another group of students who would benefit from the focused and individualized nature of...
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    • 21 Fantuzzo et al., 2005; Mead, 2008). Caucasian and Asian children demonstrated higher levels of skill in reading (Al Otaiba, Kosanovich-Grek, Torgesen, Hassler, & Wahl). Research by Fantuzzo et al. concluded “African American, Hispanic, and Asian...
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    • 21 This process of data-based decision making will allow teachers to more effectively determine the appropriate method of instruction or intervention on an individualized and/or classroom basis. Parent Involvement The National PTA found support for...
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    • Autism; Education; Educational psychology
    • 22 each of the less restrictive environments was chosen for the purposes of this study in order to highlight the differences between settings and individuals. Procedures The five students specifically involved in this study have been diagnosed...
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    • 22 INCLUSION: IN SERVICE TRAINING Understanding of inclusion is necessary for teachers who play such a vital role in the success of students. Ongoing access to professional training that compliments teacher’s knowledge of inclusion and their ability...
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    • 26 skill’s coach, and the school counselor. The goal was to help teachers reflect on best practices and to use least restrictive behavior interventions (Harrington, 2008). This way, the students who most need behavior modification will receive...

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