Differentiating Instruction in the Regular Classroom



The latest edition of a classic guide for K-12 teachers with strategies to reach all learners.



This new edition of a well-respected guidebook provides state-of-the-art updated guidelines for inclusion of special needs students into regular classrooms and provides hundreds of tips and strategies for K-12 settings. Topics include flexible groups, tiered assignments, differentiated grading of performance, Common Core standards and curriculum requirements, managing multiple learning centers, and related issues. This edition also features a link to digital content with dozens of reproducible forms, a link to a PowerPoint presentation for professional development, numerous examples of differentiated subject and lesson content, and a CCPP (content catalysts, processes and products) toolkit.


Author:      Diane Heacox, Ed.D.


ISBN:         978-15754-24163


Pages:       174


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