Synopses & Reviews
Judith Dodge effectively blends her years of experience and the latest research on differentiated instruction to provide teachers with innovative tools that generate immediate impact on classroom teaching and learning. In this book she helps teachers to: translate research into action, inform their instruction through on-going and frequent assessments, access multiple pathways for learning, foster "intrinsic" motivation, use "instructional intelligence" and flexible groupings, harness the power of visual tools, scaffold instruction for struggling learners, and provide challenging options for advanced learners. For use with Grades 4 & Up.
This practical guide full of use-tomorrow strategies helps teachers put theory into practice and make differentiated instruction work to support all types of learners.
About the Author
Judith Dodge is a recognized leader in the field of effective classroom instruction. A frequently sought-after presenter and staff developer for school districts, colleges and state organizations, she shows teachers how to translate current research into practice that has impact and is easy to manage. She has authored articles in Instructor Magazine and was a
contributor to the New York State Resource Guide for the Teaching of Language Arts to Limited English Proficient Students. Her latest books with Scholastic focus on making learning accessible to diverse learners. She currently lives in Merrick, New York with her family.