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eBook Differentiating Instruction in the Regular Classroom: How to Reach and Teach All Learners ePub

by Diane Heacox

  • ISBN: 1575423286
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Diane Heacox
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing; Book with CD-ROM edition (November 15, 2002)
  • Pages: 166
  • ePub book: 1662 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1287 kb
  • Other: doc mbr rtf txt
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 635

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At this time of increasingly standardized approaches to instruction and assessment, Diane Heacox's book brings education back to how it works best: Actually responding.

Differentiating Instruction in the Regular Classroom: How to Reach and Teach All Learners, Grades 3–12 by Diane Heacox is a practical guide for teachers new to or interested in the process of differentiation. At this time of increasingly standardized approaches to instruction and assessment, Diane Heacox's book brings education back to how it works best: Actually responding to children rather than simply responding to curricular mandates. author of Creating Emotionally Safe Schools. Dr. Diane Heacox is an associate professor of Education at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Recommended for all teachers committed to reaching and teaching all learners. It provides practical and useful advice for teachers, not theory that the teacher must somehow figure out how to implement.

A practical introduction to differentiation and how to differentiate instruction in a wide range of settings to provide variety .

A practical introduction to differentiation and how to differentiate instruction in a wide range of settings to provide variety and challenge for all learners. Individual chapters focus on evaluation in a differentiated classroom and how to manage both behavior and work tasks. The author describes ways to get to know students and recognize that all have strengths and limitations.

Differentiated instruction lesson plans are provided as templates and forms, with examples to illustrate differentiation in many content areas.

Dr How to Reach and Teach All Learners. Get a practical introduction to differentiation

Diane Heacox is a consultant and professional learning facilitator focusing on strategies to increase learning success for all students. How to Reach and Teach All Learners. Get a practical introduction to differentiation. This book explains how to differentiate instruction in a wide range of classroom settings and curriculum topics. Practical, do-able strategies are introduced to provide challenge, choice and variety in learning.

book by Diane Heacox. Book with CD-RomSome children learn easily, while others struggle. Explains how to differentiate instruction across a broad spectrum of scenarios and students.

Examples of How to Differentiate Instruction in the Classroom . Read and write learners write a book report. Visual learners create a graphic organizer of the story. By Cathy Weselby, October 1, 2014. Differentiating instruction may mean teaching the same material to all students using a variety of instructional strategies, or it may require the teacher to deliver lessons at varying levels of difficulty based on the ability of each student. To reach this student population, many educators used differentiated instruction strategies. Auditory learners give an oral report.

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Book with CD-RomSome children learn easily, while others struggle. How can teachers make sure that every child has opportunities to develop his or her talents? The answer is differentiation: changing the pace, level, or kind of instruction in response to learners’ needs, styles, and/or interests. In this timely, practical guide, Diane Heacox presents a menu of strategies for any teacher faced with a spectrum of student needs and styles. This title was updated in 2008 to include a CD-Rom with reproducible forms. 

Comments

Yainai Yainai
This was used as a textbook in one of my graduate school courses, but unlike many textbooks, it is actually well written and interesting. I found it also has a lot of useful practical information and was able to put a lot of what was in here into immediate use in my classroom. Definitely one of the best textbooks I've ever used, and if you are in education it is more than worth buying and reading even if you don't need it for a college or grad school course.
Mitars Riders Mitars Riders
This book consolidated a lot of theory and best practice techniques ranging from Bloom's Taxonomy to Gardner's Multiple intelligences. I was reminded of the varieties of ways to differentiate instruction and the book had great examples and ideas for doing so. This is a great tool to keep alongside your curriculum guides and other planning materials.
Ddilonyne Ddilonyne
Good info and written in an easy to read manner. It is geared for grades 3 and up, which somehow I missed, so I haven't used any of the interest surveys.
Xig Xig
I love the lists of suggested student products in this book. As a new teacher, I have a hard time thinking of alternative ways to assess my students aside from traditional means. There are several pages that list different activities such as "write a slogan" and "designing a survey" that I would have never thought of and never heard of during my brief training (I was certified via an alternative program). In addition, the author outlines a very straightforward and condensed method for lesson planning that I have found to be very helpful. Explanations are also provided about the importance of differentiation, and there is a nice balance of theory and practicality.
Mazuzahn Mazuzahn
Great Resource!
Mardin Mardin
Need it for class
Cktiell Cktiell
A very practical resource. This has been well researched and contains numerous practical suggestions for targeting special needs in busy classrooms.
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