- Motivating students through affective approaches, including challenge, humor, respect, choice, and self-efficacy
- Observing and assessing student needs and preferences
- Individualizing methods for working with shy and nervous students, impatient students, "turned off" students, and more
- Customizing communications with students and families of diverse backgrounds.
Ideal for teachers new to differentiated instruction as well as veterans experienced in using differentiated management techniques, this comprehensive resource offers instructional approaches that can be customized for the teacher and student and that are designed to meet learners' changing needs.