This interactive session features innovative methods to explain concepts and perform procedures customarily taught at the middle school level. Concrete manipulatives and graphic organizers used in hands-on, gross motor/kinesthetic activities provide students with the ability to perceive, process, and describe abstract material that may otherwise elude or overwhelm them. Learn to teach abstract concepts, sophisticated vocabulary, and complex procedures using concrete, structured interactive activities.
ADD/ADHD: Management of the ADHD student and the LD student in the classroom.
TEACHING/INSTRUCTION/INTERVENTION: Examine effective practices for teaching specific language comprehension strategies for the students who are struggling with reading.
Disclosure: Chris Woodin is employed by Landmark School, author of Multiplication and Division Facts for the Whole-to-Part Visual Learner and receives royalty payments. No relevant nonfinancial relationship exists.