Access To Academics for ALL Students

This is the name of one of the textbooks required for one of my M.Ed. classes at Rockhurst University in the Fall 2004 semester. I think that it is for a special education class. I have begun reading the book, in hopes of getting a "jump-start" on the reading requirements.

Some of the book's arguments are as follows:

Educators should attempt to understand the unique perspectives of each student. Cultural, racial, intellectual and other differences can result in different students seeing reality, and viewing school culture, from a different frame of reference.

It is important for educators to understand multiple theories of instruction and learning. This will allow educators to better adapt to students that may respond better to different methods.


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