Quick View: Embedded Supports to Differentiate Instruction for Struggling Students

Author: 
Center for Technology Implementation
Year: 
2013

To ensure that your students are prepared to meet the high expectations set by the Common Core State Standards, you may need to incorporate a variety of supports into your English Language Arts (ELA) instruction, including Universal Design for Learning (UDL), explicit instruction of evidence-based strategies, and the use of technology tools. Watch this video to learn how technology tools can support struggling students and those with learning disabilities in acquiring background knowledge and vocabulary, improving their reading comprehension, and making connections between reading and writing.

Type: 
Quick View
Common Core State Standards: 
Language
Literature
Informational Text
Foundational Skills
Instructional Strategies: 
Context Clues
Fluency
Summarizing
Visualizing
Word Analysis
Supporting Struggling Students: 
Assistive Technology
Differentiation
Universal Design for Learning

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