Differentiating Instruction: A Practical Guide to Tiered Lessons in the Elementary Grades

Differentiating Instruction: A Practical Guide to Tiered Lessons in the Elementary Grades

by Cheryll Adams, Rebecca L. Pierce
     
 

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This easy-to-use, teacher-friendly book is a must-have for any educator wanting to differentiate instruction for the gifted or regular classroom. Differentiating instruction has become an integral part of classroom instruction, and tiering lessons is a practical, easy, and efficient way to ensure the various needs and learning levels of elementary students are

Overview

This easy-to-use, teacher-friendly book is a must-have for any educator wanting to differentiate instruction for the gifted or regular classroom. Differentiating instruction has become an integral part of classroom instruction, and tiering lessons is a practical, easy, and efficient way to ensure the various needs and learning levels of elementary students are met.

The authors provide a summary of the process, with detailed instructions for tiering lessons for the elementary grades. Also included are tips for grouping students by interest, learning style, or ability level; a template for creating your own tiered lessons; and a concise resource section for differentiating and preparing lessons.

Ten concise sample lessons and two tiered units, covering the math, science, language arts, and social studies disciplines, also are included for teacher use. Differentiating instruction will take on a new meaning in your classroom as you implement these fun, engaging, and student-friendly lessons.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781593631970
Publisher:
Prufrock Press
Publication date:
04/28/2006
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.20(d)
Age Range:
Up to 10 Years

Meet the Author

Cheryll M. Adams, Ph.D., is the Director Emerita of the Center for Gifted Studies and Talent Development at Ball State University and teaches graduate courses in gifted education.

Rebecca L. Pierce is Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences at Ball State University and fellow at the Center for Gifted Studies and Talent Development. She serves as a reviewer for Roeper Review, Gifted Child Quarterly, Journal for the Education of the Gifted, and The Teacher Educator.

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