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If your students are reluctant to participate in class or hesitant to raise their hand if they don't understand How to Apply It! 1) Response cards or digital response systems, such as clickers, are an increasing popular approach for teachers to use for incre... View More

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Auditory Processing Expressive Language Verbal Reasoning Processing Speed

All students, particularly those who are fidgety or inattentive during long discussions How to Apply It! 1) Learning by experience can be more effective than lecture-style teaching, particularly for students with weaker memory or attention. 1) First, prov... View More

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^21st Century Skills MS/HS/College Strategy

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Working Memory Attention Verbal Reasoning Verbal Memory Abstract Reasoning Visual Memory

If your student is reluctant to ask questions in class or you have students who want to ask lots of questions and there isn't time How to Apply It! 1) One approach to support reluctant speakers or, on the opposite end, students who tend to ask lots of questi... View More

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Auditory Processing Expressive Language Listening Comprehension Attention Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning Processing Speed

If your middle or high school student often skips challenging words when reading Teach It! 1) Objective: Students will use specific decoding strategies and context clues when they encounter an unfamiliar word in reading. 2) Direct Instruction: Provide strug... View More

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ELA: Reading MS/HS/College Strategy

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Verbal Reasoning Verbal Memory

Identify Author's Purpose 1) First read the book/chapter title and first paragraph. Ask yourself what you will learn and what the author is trying to tell you. 2) Is the author telling a story? Describing an event or sequence of events? Trying to convince ... View More

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ELA: Reading Elementary School Strategy

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Verbal Reasoning

Identify the Author's Purpose 1) First read the book/chapter title and first paragraph. Ask yourself what you will learn and what the author is trying to tell you. 2) Is the author telling a story? Describing an event or sequence of events? Trying to convi... View More

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ELA: Reading Elementary School Strategy

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Verbal Reasoning

If your student is reading with decreased efficiency and the focus is on content knowledge Instruction and Practice 1) Objective: For students reading with below grade-level efficiency, offer content-specific reading choices at their level and additional sup... View More

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ELA: Reading ELA: ^Other All Ages Strategy

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Verbal Reasoning Verbal Memory Processing Speed

All students, especially those with weaker working memory or attention, or who rush through problems Teach It! 1)Objective: Students will avoid calculator mistakes by taking deliberate steps to write down and understand the problem. 2)Instruction and Practi... View More

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Study Skills & Tools MS/HS/College Strategy

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Working Memory Attention Abstract Reasoning Visual Discrimination