Synopses & Reviews
Differentiating for the Young Child is designed to help primary teachers cope with the increase of diverse knowledge sets and different learning styles. This book addresses early identification by using differentiation and offers strategies and methods for intellectual discovery and creative thinking. It tackles issues relating to undeserved students, emphasizes key discipline areas, and discusses differentiated technology use. Forms, charts, samples, and appendices are included throughout the book to help general education teachers apply the material to their classrooms. This book inspires educators to move in new directions to meet the diverse needs of young students.
Designed to help teachers meet the diverse needs of young children, this book offers differentiated strategies for promoting intellectual discovery and creative thinking across key disciplines.