Synopses & Reviews
Drawing on nearly three decades of experience, author Carol Ann Tomlinson describes a way of thinking about teaching and learning that will change all aspects of how you approach students and your classroom. She looks to the latest research on learning, education, and change for the theoretical basis of differentiated instruction and why it's so important to today's children. Yet she offers much more than theory, filling the pages with real-life examples of teachers and students using-and benefitting from-differentiated instruction.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 125-127) and index.
Table of Contents
What is a differentiated classroom? -- Elements of differentiation -- Rethinking how we do school-and for whom -- Learning environments that support differentiated instruction -- Good instruction as a basis for differentiated teaching -- Teachers at work building differentiated classrooms -- Instructional strategies that support differentiation -- More instructional strategies to support differentiation -- How do teachers make it all work? -- When educational leaders seek differentiated classrooms.