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A Little Guide for Teachers: Differentiation and Adaptive Teaching
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A Little Guide for Teachers: Differentiation and Adaptive Teaching



120 pages | Corwin UK

A Little Guide for Teachers: Differentiation and Adaptive Teaching seeks to support readers with one of the most challenging parts of teaching. Drawing upon the authors’ extensive teaching and training experience, this book references key research and offers an in-depth discussion on how teachers can meet the needs of each pupil. Offering hints and tips and ideas for the classroom, this book offers effective teaching techniques that can be drawn upon in the classroom.

The Little Guide for Teachers series is little in size but BIG on all the support and inspiration you need to navigate your day-to-day life as a teacher. 

· Authored by experts in the field 

· Easy to dip in-and-out of 

· Interactive activities encourage you to write into the book and make it your own 

· Fun engaging illustrations throughout  

· Read in an afternoon or take as long as you like with it! 

 
Introduction: What is differentiation and adaptive teaching?
 
Understanding: adaptive teaching
 
Teach to the Top
 
Supporting and Scaffolding
 
Beyond the classroom
 
Who else?

Caroline Bentley-Davies

Caroline Bentley-Davies is an educational consultant and adviser who still teaches lessons in schools and colleges across the country. She also delivers training on all aspects of teaching and learning through her training company: www.bentley-davies.co.uk Caroline has worked as Local Authority Adviser, Ofsted inspector, School Improvement Partner, and teacher and However, her main love is working in the classroom alongside teachers and trainee teachers. She has trained educators across the world and her books have been translated into different languages. Caroline is the author of the TES acclaimed ‘How to be an Amazing Teacher’, ‘Sticky... More About Author