The Common Sense of Differentiation
Meeting Specific Learner Needs in the Regular Classroom – Facilitator's Guide with DVD
In just about every classroom, teachers find students with a wide range of exceptionalities – students with one or more learning problems, students with various degrees of English proficiency, students with different interests, students who are very advanced and students without a "label" but whose learning needs are just as unique. How can teachers face this challenge and meet such a variety of student learning needs?
Help teachers answer that question and maximise learning for all students with the common-sense approach featured in this new video series. Use the included DVD with the workshops in the accompanying Facilitator's Guide to take teachers inside primary, middle years and secondary classes to show how a different approach helps teachers:
- Identify the learning needs of their students
- Understand learner needs that impact students' achievement of learning goals
- Adapt instructional plans to maximise success for each learner
- Create classroom routines that support differentiation
The Common Sense of Differentiation: Meeting Specific Learner Needs in the Regular Classroom is a fantastic resource for educators, and will enable the facilitation of a differentiated learning environment in any classroom.
|Publish date||2012-10-11 00:00:00|