1. Why Use Strategy Instruction?
2. Building Background Knowledge
3. The Self-Regulated Strategy Development Model
4. How to Implement the SRSD Model
5. Self-Regulation Strategies
6. Implementing Self-Regulation Strategies
7. Integrating Strategies and Self-Regulation
8. Creating Lesson Plans Using the SRSD Model
9. Strategies for Handwriting and Spelling
10. Strategies for Written Language
11. Strategies in Reading Comprehension
12. Strategies in Mathematics
13. Study Skills Strategies
1. Why Use Strategy Instruction?
Filling an important need for K-12 educators, this highly practical book provides a step-by-step guide to cognitive strategy instruction, one of the most effective instructional techniques for struggling learners. The authors present well-validated strategies that target self-regulated learning and study skills as well as performance in specific content areas, such as writing, reading, and math. Detailed classroom examples illustrate how to teach the strategies systematically and monitor student outcomes. More than 20 reproducible worksheets, checklists, and other tools are included; purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print these materials in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size.New to This Edition*Chapter on lesson planning, including extensive sample lessons for two strategies.*Chapter on handwriting and spelling.*New material on response to intervention and on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). *Expanded coverage of working memory.*Additional strategies throughout the content-area chapters.
"Among the most powerful factors in moving the achievement needle for students with learning difficulties is high-quality strategy instruction. This book is a gold mine for teachers--it is brilliantly conceptualized and written. It provides a broad array of evidence-based practices that will transform how educators think about and design instruction for students who struggle in school. This second edition will remain one of the most frequently used resources for successfully teaching students how to learn." - Donald D. Deshler, Williamson Family Distinguished Professor of Special Education and Director, Center for Research on Learning, University of Kansas, USA "An outstanding book that should be part of every teacher's professional library. Cognitive strategy instruction is an essential part of effective differentiated instruction that meets the needs of all learners. This book provides a comprehensive framework for classroom instruction and research-based strategies to maximize instructional impact. It is well organized and accessible. I highly recommend this book to any prospective or practicing teacher who teaches students with diverse needs." - Brenda Tracy, Elementary Principal, Nebraska, USA "This book is clearly written, well organized, and based on sound cognitive research. It does a fine job of presenting quality study skills techniques, together with many examples and instructional aids...The book also provides a compelling rationale for teachers to invest ample time and effort in a sound, empirically supported method for teaching study skills techniques to students with LD." - PsycCRITIQUES (Georgette Yetter and Stacy Lee, Vol. 52 (15), Apr. 2007) (on the first edition) "There is a wealth of research on strategy instruction, but Reid et al. supply what has been missing/m-/a systematic implementation framework that teachers can understand and translate into practice. Most important, they share numerous examples that bring strategy instruction to life. The second edition demonstrates applications to new areas, notably handwriting, spelling, and the critically important area of working memory." - Daniel P. Hallahan, PhD, Charles S. Robb Professor of Education, University of Virginia
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