Presenting 12 complete models for differentiating instruction plus a variety of formal/informal assessments, this teacher-friendly guide demonstrates how to organize highly effective lessons to reach all learners.
"Very useful for both the novice and veteran teacher. This book gives the new teacher an unbelievable collection of activities and strategies in a comprehensive manner. For the veteran educator, this book will either re-introduce tools previously learned or teach some new strategies that will help meet the diverse needs of today's learners."
Laura B. Harper
"This book offers the teacher a multitude of examples, activities, and strategies to create a learning environment that is truly differentiated for the diverse learners in their classroom. Anyone who assists in the professional development of teachers or the preparation of future educators will find the book very useful."
Linda S. Prichard
"I can see this being a hot item for training and for individual teachers. I cannot tell you how much I love the user-friendly simplicity of the book, and I can't wait to use it with teachers! This is what we have been waiting for."
Karen Nina T. Klingerman
"The numerous charts, tables, and graphic displays are ready-made and easy to incorporate immediately. Managing a differentiated classroom is one of the most difficult aspects of teaching, but its rewards are well worth the time spent planning, preparing materials, and presenting lessons. It is hard work, but anything less is a disservice to our students."
"This book is loaded! It has every topic you ever wanted to know about differentiation."
Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)
Meet the Author
Carolyn Chapman is an international educational consultant, author, and teacher who has taught in kindergarten to college classrooms. Her interactive, hands-on professional development training sessions challenge educators to use strategies that ensure success for learners of all ages. Chapman has written many books about differentiated instruction, multiple intelligences, multiple assessments, and the brain-compatible classroom. She is coauthor with Gayle Gregory of the landmark Corwin Press book Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn't Fit All.
Rita King hasmore than20 years of teacher training experience and administrative experience as principal and director of Middle Tennessee State University's teacher training program in the laboratory school. Most recently, she was an adjunct professor in the Department of Educational Leadership at the university. She now consults internationally in the areas of multiple intelligences, practical applications of brain-based research, differentiated learning, reading and writing strategies, mathematics instruction, creating effective learning environments, and strategies for test success. She is the coauthor of Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Reading in the Content Areas, Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Writing in the Content Areas, and Differentiated Assessment Strategies: One Tool Doesn't Fit All.