Frequently assess students’ learning of the AKS and give specific feedback to students and parents.
Use a variety of non-verbal/visual representations of content and skills.
Model strategies and skills. Give multiple opportunities for distributed guided practice followed by independent practice.
Explicitly teach essential content-related vocabulary.
Explicitly teach students to summarize their learning.
Provide collaborative learning opportunities.
Teach and require students to set personal goals for improving their academic achievement.
Explicitly teach skills for improving reading and writing proficiency/literacy across content areas.
Use inquiry-based problem-solving learning strategies with students in all content areas.
Use and teach questioning and cuing/prompting techniques.
Access and/or build students’ background knowledge and experience.
Teach students to compare and contrast knowledge, concepts or content.
Use technology effectively to plan, teach, and assess.
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