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Ch 14: Individualized Instruction in the Classroom

About This Chapter

Our expert instructors present topics on individualized instruction in the classroom in this chapter for you to review ahead of a test or to help you through your homework. You can study these lessons at your own pace and any time that you'd like, and then take the accompanying quizzes.

Individualized Instruction in the Classroom - Chapter Summary

Individualized instruction strategies and activities for the classroom are clearly presented in this helpful chapter. The video and text lessons that make up this comprehensive study guide cover topics like the definition of individualized instruction, social emotional learning activities and adapting materials to student needs. This chapter is designed to help you meet the following learning objectives:

  • Give examples of affective education
  • Outline some successful social emotional learning activities for the classroom
  • Identify the characteristics of effective lesson plans
  • Adapt and select materials to meet the needs of students
  • Maintain and generalize concepts using instructional strategies
  • Increase self-efficacy in students
  • Promote the use of study skills in your students
  • Teach children organizational skills

Because these learning materials are written by experienced instructors, you can have complete confidence as you study. These video and text lessons are easy to understand, and our multiple-choice quizzes can help build your comprehension.

9 Lessons in Chapter 14: Individualized Instruction in the Classroom
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Individualized Instruction: Definition & Example

1. Individualized Instruction: Definition & Example

The purpose of this lesson is to define individualized instruction and provide some strategies for implementation. Topics include who can benefit from individualized instruction and how to set learning goals.

Affective Education: Definition and Examples

2. Affective Education: Definition and Examples

Affective education is a term you might come across in your teaching career. This lesson will present a definition of affective education as well as several examples of what this kind of teaching looks like in practice.

Social Emotional Learning Activities for the Classroom

3. Social Emotional Learning Activities for the Classroom

In this lesson we'll cover some of the basics of social and emotional development and provide a few activities which can be incorporated into the classroom to aid this development. A short quiz follows.

Effective Lesson Plans: Characteristics & Elements

4. Effective Lesson Plans: Characteristics & Elements

Writing lesson plans can be an overwhelming task at times. This lesson provides a guide to effective lesson planning. Learn about techniques, examples, and how to build a plan that benefits the educator and students.

How to Select & Adapt Materials to Meet Student Needs

5. How to Select & Adapt Materials to Meet Student Needs

Many classrooms include diverse learners of differing levels, cultures, and language abilities. In this lesson, we'll examine how to select and adapt materials to help teachers differentiate, or offer support to varying student needs.

Instructional Strategies for the Maintenance & Generalization of Concepts

6. Instructional Strategies for the Maintenance & Generalization of Concepts

You can help your students make progress toward independence as you teach them to perform skills in a variety of settings over time. In this lesson, we'll discuss some suggestions for including maintenance and generalization in your instruction.

How to Increase Self-Efficacy in Students

7. How to Increase Self-Efficacy in Students

In this lesson, we'll be learning how to teach your students the important skill of self-efficacy. Here, you'll learn practical strategies you can implement easily in your classroom to support student learning.

Study Skills for Students

8. Study Skills for Students

Study skills are a very important part of academic success. Poorly developed study skills are a major reason of academic underachievement. This lesson goes over the most important things to keep in mind when studying.

How to Teach Children Organizational Skills

9. How to Teach Children Organizational Skills

In this lesson we discuss how to teach beneficial organization skills to children, including the nascent use of technology and apps on the internet that can assist in the process.

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