Are you concerned about students in your classroom who:
- Do not participate in instructional activities?
- Rely on other students to do their work?
- Do not complete assignments?
- Perform badly on tests?
Teach All, Reach All for the Secondary Classroom, tailored specifically for use with middle- and high-school students, can help teachers deal with these issues by arming them with evidence-based instructional techniques surrounding two critical elements of effective teaching—the design of good lessons and the effective delivery of those lessons.
As schools implement Response to Intervention (RTI), instructional design and effective delivery become even more important. Teach All, Reach All for the Secondary Classroom complements the fundamental premise of RTI—that all students receive high-quality instruction to ensure success in the general education classroom.
Teach All, Reach All for the Secondary Classroom provides more than 200 practical classroom strategies and includes a companion CD of reproducible forms and a reproducible guide to effective lesson design. With these resources, it is easy to implement practical classroom strategies and to design lessons that motivate students in middle and high school.
Put research-based instructional intervention techniques to work to promote success at a universal and intervention level!