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The Best of Corwin: Differentiated Instruction
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The Best of Corwin: Differentiated Instruction

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February 2014 | 208 pages | Corwin
The definitive guide to differentiated instruction The Best of Corwin series showcases key chapters from critically acclaimed Corwin publications for a powerful compilation of perspectives on important education issues and topics. The Best of Corwin: Differentiated Instruction features a tapestry of critical information to guide teachers in implementing differentiation. Helpful tools include standards-based lesson- and unit-planning templates, graphic organizers, and brain-based research. The compilation also provides: Strategies for understanding students' needsTips for accommodating various learning styles Curriculum approaches for data-driven instructionWays to use graphic organizers to promote differentiationGuidance in creating a positive learning environment Also included is a chapter that offers an in-depth look at middle and high school learners and the need for differentiation to satisfy their developmental needs. This practical guide from the best minds in education is a must-have for all teachers who need the essential tools to design and implement differentiated instruction.
Gayle H. Gregory
Preface
Gayle H. Gregory
Introduction
 
About the Editor
 
About the Contributors
Gayle H. Gregory and Carolyn Chapman
1. Creating a Climate for Learning
Marilee Sprenger
2. Getting to Know Your Students: Learning Strengths
Donna Walker Tileston
3. Differentiating for Different Learning Styles
Gayle H. Gregory and Lin Kuzmich
4. Curriculum Approaches for Data-Driven Instruction
Kathy Tuchman Glass
5. Differentiated Instruction and Strategies
Patti Drapeau
6. Graphic Organizers: Tools to Promote Differentiation
Glenda Beamon Crawford
7. Differentiation and Adolescent Development
Carol Ann Tomlinson, Mary Ruth Coleman, Susan Allan, Anne Udall, and Mary Slade
8. Interface Between Gifted Education and General Education: Toward Communication, Cooperation, and Collaboration
Gayle H. Gregory and Carolyn Chapman
9. Putting It All Together in Your Differentiated Classroom
 
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"Builds connections between many ideas being promoted in educational journals, including brain research, learning styles, multiple intelligence and gifted education. It takes a complete look at differentiated instruction and argues the need for regular and special education staff to work together. A book that should be read by all educators."

Kathy Zachel
OAESA

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Preface

Chapter 1: Creating a Climate for Learning


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Gayle H. Gregory

Gayle H. Gregory is first and foremost a teacher, having experienced teaching and learning in elementary, middle, and secondary schools, community colleges, and universities. She has had extensive district-wide experience as a curriculum consultant and staff development coordinator. Gayle was principal/course director at York University for the Faculty of Education, teaching in the teacher education program.Her areas of expertise include brain-compatible learning, differentiated instructional and assessment strategies, block scheduling, emotional intelligence, student motivation, RTI Tier One, collaborative learning, common core, renewal... More About Author

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