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A Practical Guide to Tiering Instruction in the Differentiated Classroom:

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Tested Strategies, Management Tools, Assessment Ideas, and More to Help You Create Effective Tiered Lessons That Work for Every Learner

Sarah Armstrong & Stephanie Haskins
8.5" x 11"
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Price: $19.99
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In this practical guide, teacher and brain-based learning expert Sarah Armstrong offers the tools and techniques that make designing tiered lessons manageable. She guides teachers through the steps necessary for differentiated instruction:

  • Pre-assessing before a unit
  • Identifying scaffolds necessary to support students
  • Focusing instruction around essential understandings

Armstrong and Haskins demonstrate how to design tiered questions that engage students at their level and involve high-level thinking skills. She also shows readers how to incorporate choice and collaboration to motivate students. Armstrong shares a wealth of strategies, planning sheets, graphic organizers, and more to make tiered instruction a success.

Grades 3-8

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