Product Description: The first few years of teaching represent an intense period of experimentation and learning, leading to the adoption of learner-centered practices to help students achieve. A critical incident or nagging problem triggers critical reflection on practice, experimentation, the adoption of new approaches, and permanent changes in practice...read more
9781475804607 | Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc, June 16, 2013, cover price $40.00 | About this edition: The first few years of teaching represent an intense period of experimentation and learning, leading to the adoption of learner-centered practices to help students achieve.
Product Description: Great for learning team meetings! In this updated edition of the popular and trusted guide, Diane Heacox provides a practical introduction to differentiation and explains how differentiated instruction can work in a wide range of settings to provide variety and challenge in how teachers teach and in how students learn...read more
Product Description: Praise for the First Edition!''A must for any educator who is serious about reaching more students more often and achieving more positive results.''--Resources for the Mathematics Educator''This is a valuable book for mathematics teachers, teacher educators, and faculty involved in differentiated instruction...read more
Product Description: Create a thriving, student-centered classroom with this powerful resource. The book guides teachers to develop a rigorous, concept-based curriculum that is differentiated for all learners across content areas, and to build students' thinking skills...read more
Product Description: If youre a teacher with an academically diverse classroom (and what classrooms arent today?), you need this resource. Framed around the critical elements for success in todays classrooms, Making Differentiation a Habit gives educators specific, user-friendly tools to optimize teaching, learning, and assessment, including gifted students...read more
Product Description: 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 learnersâ needs, styles, and/or interests...read more
Product Description: "Here's help for all underachievers, plus their frustrated parents and teachers! This step-by-step program, proven successful in schools, tells you exactly what to do to break the failure chain. And it works for students of all ages, with all kinds of school problems -- from the good student whose grades suddenly start slipping, to the seemingly incorrigible underachiever with a history of poor school performance...read more