HIS PLACE - for Help in School
HOME SPECIAL NEEDS READING TESTING  CURRICULUM ADAPTATIONS TEACHING CONSULTATION  EDUC. PLANS RESOURCES

Teaching

Teaching: Using the internet can be a very important element in teaching students with disabilities. The visual components of websites, the depth of topic coverage and the opportunity to interact with content all make for impressive learning options. If you choose to use webquests (see guidelines), be sure you set out goals in advance and grade with rubrics.

1:   Books   
Teaching Your Special Needs Student:
      Strategies and Tools That Really Work

Writing a Special Education Plan (SEP)

2:   General Teaching Strategies

Help for the New Home School Teacher
Biblical Principles for Instruction
Getting Started -- Home Schooling
      Your Special Needs Child

When To Get Outside Help
Learning Strategies
Practice Prevention:  Toxins and
      Your Child's Development

Strengthening Student Learning
Using Bloom's Taxonomy to Teach


3:   Graphic Organizers   

Story Map
Brainstorming Organizer
Pre-Writing Diagram

4.   Rubrics
Introduction to Rubrics
Rubric for Evaluating Penmanship
Rubric for Evaluating Descriptive Writing
Rubric for Evaluating Written Composition