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SOAR Quick Reference Guide
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This laminated two-sided guide is a popular component of the SOAR school-year theme kit. Based on Michael D. Toth’s book, Who Moved My Standards? Joyful Teaching in an Age of Change, It gives teachers easy access to the SOAR Rubric with corresponding student evidences, empowering them to shift to real-world applied classrooms.

Inclusion Mastery: Competency-Based Strategies for Grades 3-5 Quick Reference Guide
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Inclusion Mastery: Competency-Based Strategies for Grades 3-5, a two-sided quick reference guide, provides on-the-spot competency-based inclusion strategies for teachers who instruct learners in grades 3-5 with ADHD, social and behavioral differences, autism, emotional challenges, language barriers; as well as students with hearing, visual or physical impairments. This valuable classroom tool encourages teachers to view learners who are different from the norm through their strengths, not their weaknesses.

Inclusion Mastery: Competency-Based Strategies for Grades 6-8 Quick Reference Guide
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The two-page quick reference guide Inclusion Mastery: Competency-Based Strategies for Grades 6-8 is a handy cheat-sheet for teachers of 6th-8th grade classrooms on how to tailor their classrooms to meet the needs of all of their students, including those with oppositional defiance disorder (ODD), ADHD, autism, depression, and other learning disabilities and health impairments. With this easily accessible classroom tool, teachers will find tips on how to use competency-based strategies that encourage goal setting, collaboration, and organization while focusing on each student’s strength, not their disabilities.

Inclusion Mastery: Competency-Based Strategies for Grades 9-12 Quick Reference Guide
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Inclusion Mastery: Competency-Based Strategies for Grades 9-12, a double-sided quick reference guide, gives high school teachers at-a-glance tips on how to design a classroom environment and differentiate instruction around their students’ strengths instead of their deficits. Readers will easily learn what competency-based norms are, and how to utilize competency-based strategies to encourage goal setting, collaboration, and organization for students with Dyscalculia, Autism, Dyslexia, Orthopedic Impairment, and other learning disabilities and health impairments.

Inclusion Mastery: Competency-Based Strategies for Grades K-2 Quick Reference Guide
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Inclusion Mastery: Competency-Based Strategies for Grades K-2, a two-sided quick reference guide, provides competency-based inclusion strategies for teachers who instruct young learners in grades K-2 who have ADHD, intellectual disabilities, dyslexia, traumatic brain injury, dysgraphia autism spectrum disorder, as well as students with visual impairments. This at-a-glance classroom tool shows teachers how to use competency-based strategies that encourage goal setting, collaboration, and respectful social interaction while focusing on each student’s strengths instead of their disabilities.

Differentiated Instruction Quick Reference Guide
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This four-page laminated quick reference guide puts differentiated instruction at any teacher’s fingertips. It displays models of differentiated instruction with activities that can be done among peers, individually, or with a teacher. It also outlines ways to modify lesson plans and use with flipped classrooms and project-based learning approaches.

Response to Intervention Quick Reference Guide
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This four-page laminated quick reference guide begins with the three-tier intervention pyramid teachers know, but takes it much further. It expands on the intervention levels, helping teachers move students through the tiered interventions and determine the exact level of intensive instruction that each student needs to accelerate learning.

Brain-Friendly Assessments Quick Reference Guide
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Based on David A. Sousa’s fascinating book, this four-page quick reference guide gives teachers at-a-glance information on preassessments, formative assessments, and summative assessments—and specific ways to use each type to ensure that all students are learning. It also provides a checklist to help teachers design brain-friendly assessments of student performance.

Fluency Quick Reference Guide
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This laminated, four-page Quick Reference Guide provides a multi-faceted approach to teaching fluency, a requirement of rigorous standards. It explains the two key components of fluency and provides assessment techniques, instructional strategies, interventions for students who struggle, formative questions for oral reading, and classroom activities to accelerate students’ development of reading fluency.

Engaging the Rewired Brain Quick Reference Guide
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This laminated four-page quick reference guide by educational neuroscience author Dr. David A. Sousa provides an overview of how technology rewires students’ brains and what teachers can do to keep digital natives engaged and motivated. From project-based learning to flipped classrooms, Dr. Sousa delivers targeted techniques that teachers can use to shift their classrooms from teacher-centered to student-centered, all while providing a fun learning experience.