Do you practice differentiated instruction in your classroom? Are you ready to take it to the next level? Go beyond basic teaching strategies and gain the tools to differentiate the critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making skills at the core of your students’ learning across all content areas. This advanced K–12 teacher’s guide will transform the way you—and your students—think while you are differentiating instruction.
It will help you:
Build achievement motivation and self-regulation
Set new roles for student and teacher that encourage learner autonomy
Inspire your students’ passion and creativity
Employ cutting-edge techniques for designing rigorous E4 curriculum (Effective, Engaging, Enriching, and Exciting)
Key features include: • A solid, up-to-date research base that builds on the work of respected experts such as Carol Dweck, Robert Sternberg, Carol Ann Tomlinson, Diane Heacox, Benjamin Bloom, Joseph Renzulli, Robert Marzano, Edward Deci, and Barry Zimmerman • More than 50 illustrative figures, diagrams, and sample lessons in all content areas • Over 40 reproducible forms, templates, handouts, and walk through checklists (many as customizable PDFs on the CD-ROM)
Author Richard M. Cash brings over 20 years’ experience as a classroom teacher and professional development trainer to this collection of essential research, practical information, differentiated instruction strategies, tools, templates, and activities. The book’s CD-ROM includes all reproducible forms from the book and a PowerPoint presentation for use in professional development.