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by Laurie Westphal

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To be honest, I'm a high school teacher focusing on sped students, and this is aimed at middle school gifted students. I clicked it as a request, though, in hopes that 6-8 gifted could be relatively easily adjusted for high school sped.

I found some of the menu gimmicks useful and see them as things I would use in my classroom. The rubrics were also useful. The specific examples weren't as helpful, of course, as I'm teaching different subject matter, but it's not too hard to adjust the menus by analogy. ( )
  jwpell | Jul 17, 2017 |
I received this book as a rather odd FirstReads drawing on GoodReads. Entering, as I did, on behalf of someone else it's not something that I read but I did pass it along to a friend who is a science teacher in this grade level.

While I haven't collected a great deal of detailed feedback on the book itself the response of the recipient was relatively positive. It apparently has great potential for usefulness in her classroom. This is no minor statement since she's been teaching this subject matter for upwards of 15 years. To have found something new and useful to one who has been in the trade this long seems significant. I will update this review as new information comes to light but at least initially the response is reasonably positive. ( )
  slavenrm | Apr 14, 2013 |
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