Evidenced-Based Strategies in Special Education
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Steve Pec Editor of Academic Exchange Quarterly
The focus of this issue will be evidence-based strategies that improve the learning and behavior of students with disabilities. At the forefront in the field of education today is providing optimal learning environments in schools for all students. One of the major school movements is Response to Intervention (RtI). RtI is a school based multi-tiered system that has an academic and social behavior focus. This system utilizes data-based decision making in conjunction with appropriate levels of empirically based interventions.
A major part of this system is the implementation of evidence-based strategies. To do this, teachers should be implementing effective and efficient strategies to aid students with academics as well as positive behavior. This issue will focus on strategies that are supported by data to help students with disabilities improve academically as well as socially in the classroom. Articles will focus on all of the content areas (e.g., reading, writing, and mathematics) as well as behavioral issues.
Who May Submit:
Faculty, administrators, and graduate students.   Please identify your submission with keyword: SPECIAL-9