Differentiated Instruction Guide for Inclusive Teaching

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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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Contents

Access to the General Education Curriculum and Differentiated instruction
1
Elements for Differentiation
15
Essential Curricular Questions
31
Essential Student Questions
47
Decisions on Differentiating Instruction Gap Analysis
69
Designing Differentiated Lesson Plans Part 1
101
Designing Differentiated Lesson Plans Part 2
123
Pulling it All Together
137
ResearchBased Results Success with the DIGIT Process
157
Epilogue
181
Differentiated Instruction Pyramid completed
187
A Models of Collaborative Teaching
223
B Defining Management Styles
229
CCreative Ways to Make Time
235
Print and Video Materials
241
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About the author (2003)

Anne Moll, EdD is currently serving as disability services coordinator for Colorado Mountain College as well as an independent educational liaison/trainer for parents and schools in search of more effective and practical methods for supporting students with disabilities. Her experience includes teaching in K-12 settings, working as a statewide consultant for the Kentucky Department of Education assisting school districts as well as individual teachers in implementing federal and state requirements, designing and implementing long term, effective inclusive teaching setting in at least 10 states; developing and teaching graduate and undergraduate education courses at Bellarmine University in Kentucky; training administrators, teachers and parents on how to implement effective inclusive services; evaluation and improvement of teaching circumstances; and providing support services for students engaging in post-secondary learning.

Throughout her years of practice, Moll has emphasized creating reasonable, practical, and effective methods for removing barriers while holding high academic, social and personal expectations for every student, regardless of ability. She has served as a keynote speaker, master trainer, and long term team leader of small pilot programs throughout the country. Currently she is focusing her training and writing emphasis on the realities of post-secondary education for students with disabilities and educators. 

Moll holds a dual certification bachelor's degree in general and special education, a master's degree in special education/reading, and a doctorate in educational administration. She is the author of NPR, Inc./Dude Publishing's best-selling book, Differentiated Instruction Guide for Inclusive Teaching.

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