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How To: Adjust Your Teaching Style to Your Students' Learning Style
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How To: Adjust Your Teaching Styles to Students' Learning Styles
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Sharon Longert

Sharon Longert has been a Special Educator in the NYC school system for more than 30 years. She works with mild to moderately Learning Disabled High School youngsters. She creates individualized prescriptive learning packets for each student. She encourages students to develop self-advocacy skills for transitioning to life after high school.

Sharon is also involved in Professional Development and Mentoring. Her strength is in developing programs for the inclusion of disabled youngsters in their least restrictive environments. As an Adjunct Lecturer at Touro College, Sharon Teaches courses in Child Development, Introduction to Special Education, Classroom Management and Curriculum Development and Reading Disabilities in the Middle Grades.

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Sharon's articles on adjusting your teaching styles to students' learning styles.

NEW Teaching Social Responsibility

The Arts and Education

Organizing the Learning Environment

Effective Lesson Planning

Strategies for Classroom Management

Benefits of Inquiry-Based Learning

Feedback and Teaching

Organization of Materials

Summer Reading

Effective Instructional Strategies

Feedback and Homework

Teacher Behavior/Student Behavior

Before They Write

Teaching Students to Ask the Best Questions

Awareness of Differences: Economics


Remembering Sequences

Improving Memory Skills Part 1

Improving Memory Skills Part 2

Responding to the Need of Adolescent Learners

Adolescents and Learning

The High-Risk Learner

Differentiation for Tweens

Classroom Management

Using Differentiated Instruction

Students With Written Output Difficulties

Effective Questioning in the Mixed Ability Classroom

Assessment Strategies to Promote Learning

Teaching Tips

The Mixed Ability Classroom

Writing: More Than a Grading Device

Asking the Right Questions

Employing Literacy Strategies to All Content Area

Using Window Notes


The Basics of Adjusting Your Teaching Style to Students’ Learning Styles

Know What They Know

Daily Classroom Specials
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Articles on Adjusting Your Teaching Styles to Students' Learning Styles.

Helping Your Students Cope with Tragic Loss
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

Including Children with Special Needs in Your Classroom
Ed Clement

Including Children with Special Needs/ Cooperative Groups
Ed Clement

Including Children with Special Needs/ Individualized Instruction  
Ed Clement

Brain Research and What Teachers Should Know About the Differences In Boys and Girls as Learners
Theresa London Cooper

Meeting the Needs of Every Student with Differentiated Instruction
Theresa London Cooper

Activating Students' Knowledge of New Material
James Dallas

Debriefing During and After Instruction
James Dallas

Helping Poor Readers Improve Reading and Writing Skills
Benna Golubtchik

Teaching Students to See in Their Mind's Eye
Benna Golubtchik

Having a Successful Mainstreaming Experience
Benna Golubtchik

Reinforcing Difficult Concepts
Benna Golubtchik

Recognizing Learning Styles
Benna Golubtchik

Recognizing Students At Risk
Benna Golubtchik

Knowing and Caring About Your Students to Improve Student Achievement
Judy Jones

Improving Reading Responses 
Lisa Kihn

Online Quiz and Test Taking as an Alternative to Paper and Pencil Assessment
Katherine McNeil

Teaching a New Way to Multiply 
Katherine McNeil

Knowing Your Students as People
Lisa Peterson

Knowing Your Students as Learners
Lisa Peterson

Revisiting Life Experiences and Learning Goals
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

Helping Your Students Tackle Test-Taking Anxiety
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

Recurring Self-Reflections
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

Classroom Connections to Real Life Experiences
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

Science to Art
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

Learning Independently
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

The Differentiating Tool of Choice
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

Keeping Students Engaged in Learning with Marker Boards
Nancy Powell

Reaching an Audio Learner with MP3 Files
Nancy Powell



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