How to Teach Alternative High School Programs
There is a significant number of students whose classroom behavior is so disruptive that the learning environment is difficult for themselves and their classmates.
There also exists a group of students who are so discouraged that they do not participate at all in the regular program. While integration of all students and the use of individual education plans are the preferred methods for educating those students who have difficulty working in the regular school environment, alternative education is a need for somestudents.
Now a concise, practical, step-by-step teacher resource, How To Teach Alternative High School Programs:
provides a framework for use by school administrators and teachers in any alternative setting
shows how students must meet specific criteria in order to proceed through the program
shows teachers how to examine students’ progress and mastery levels to decide when the students have reached a level of skills necessary for successful transition toregular educational settings
quantifies student behavior, thus avoiding decisions about students based on anecdotal information.
To see sample pages click on the following:
Table of Contents
Why Have An Alternative Program
The Be Ready Checklist For An Alternative Program
The Use Of Rewards
Actions To Make The Alternative Program Work
A Sample Student Tracking Form
Behavior Intervention In The Program
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