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Applying Differentiation Strategies:

Title 2:
Teacher's Handbook
Wendy Conklin
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This resource, available for grades K-2, 3-5, and 6-12 (secondary), provides a practical guide for applying differentiation theories to real classrooms. You will learn how to differentiate through content, process, and product. A variety of instruction strategies are included to help meet the learning needs of all students including:

  • Choices
  • Inquiry-Based Learning
  • Multiple Intelligences
  • Questioning
  • Self-Paced Strategies
  • Tiered Assignments

All of the strategies are anchored in extensive research on the importance of differentiation and addressing learning styles. Includes sample lessons correlated to key national and state standards and a Teacher Resource CD.

Additional Details
Title Item Code ISBN By Price
Grades K-2 ADSK 9781425800789 Wendy Conklin $79.99
Grades 3-5 ADS3 9781425800185 Wendy Conklin $79.99
Secondary (6-12) ADSS 9781425806408 Wendy Conklin & Christi Sorrell $99.99

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