Differentiated Instruction Guide for Inclusive Teaching
National Professional Resources Inc./Dude Publishing, 2003 - 223 pages
A comprehensive, practical resource for teachers that guides them step-by-step through the process of developing, refining and maintaining high-performing, inclusive classrooms with differentiated instruction at their core.
Author Anne M. Moll explains how to use the strategies of differentiated instruction to identify and teach to the unique combinations of individual strengths and needs that each child brings to learning. Dr. Moll serves as a patient coach to her readers, offering expert insight, case studies, reflective exercises, and ready-to-use tools that produce immediate results.
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Access to the General Education Curriculum and Differentiated instruction
Elements for Differentiation
Essential Curricular Questions
Essential Student Questions
Decisions on Differentiating Instruction Gap Analysis
Designing Differentiated Lesson Plans Part 1
Designing Differentiated Lesson Plans Part 2
Pulling it All Together