3 edition of Differentiation of instruction in the elementary grades found in the catalog.
Differentiation of instruction in the elementary grades
Carol A. Tomlinson
by ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education, University of Illinois in Champaign, IL
Written in English
|Statement||Carol Ann Tomlinson.|
|Series||ERIC digest -- EDO-PS-00-7, ERIC digest (Urbana, Ill.) -- EDO-PS-00-7.|
|Contributions||ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education.|
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Differentiating instruction: a practical guide for tiered lessons in the elementary grades. [Cheryll M Adams; Rebecca Pierce] -- This easy-to-use, teacher-friendly book is a must-have for any educator wanting to differentiate instruction for the gifted or regular classroom. Differentiating instruction has become an integral. Differentiating Math Instruction, K-8 Westridge Elementary “This book is an engaging and exciting read for any teacher truly interested in updating instructional skills and integrating 21st century instructional strategies.” Strategies for Differentiating Instruction In Grades 3 Through 6.
differentiating instruction (Santamaria, ; Tomlinson & Imbeau, , ). Differentiation is more than giving extra time to complete an assignment or providing learner choice, though these are certainly effective strategies (Zemelman, Daniels & Hyde, ). Teachers need to think in terms of differentiation based on student needs inFile Size: KB. Jessica Indelicato, 4th grade special education teacher, Presidential Park Elementary School, Middletown, N.Y. Amy Creeden, principal, Race to the Top Grant, Enlarged City School District of.
Rotation stations allow students to learn in a range of modalities, while making differentiation manageable for one teacher. Highlander Charter School, Lower School GRADES PK - 6 | PROVIDENCE, RI. Description [Washington, D.C.]: Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 3 p. Series: ERIC Digest. Summary: In most elementary classrooms, some students struggle with learning, others perform well beyond grade-level expectations, and the rest fit somewhere in between.
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Whether you're new to differentiated instruction or looking to expand your repertoire of DI strategies, Differentiation in the Elementary Grades will show you classroom-tested ways to better engage students and help them succeed every day.
Includes URL and password for free downloadable forms.5/5(4). In most elementary classrooms, some students struggle with learning, others perform well beyond grade-level expectations, and the rest fit somewhere in between.
Within each of these categories of students, individuals also learn in a variety of ways and have different interests. To meet the needs of a diverse student population, many teachers differentiate by: Start a faculty book club.
Choose books on differentiated instruction, and try adding one strategy a month from what you read. Establish a regular meeting time for collaborative planning. Aim to create one or two robust, differentiated units of study by the end of the year.
Refine them, use them again the next year, and start building : Grace Rubenstein. differentiation in the elementary grades a big-picture look at a high-performing but understudied niche of U.S. education.
Her other publications include academic articles and book chapters, journal articles. Whether you're new to differentiated instruction (DI) or looking to Differentiation of instruction in the elementary grades book your repertoire of DI strategies, Differentiation in the Elementary Grades will show you classroom-tested ways to better engage students and help them succeed every day.
Includes URL and password for free downloadable forms. (ASCD book, ) 8 1/2" x 11", pages. Differentiation in the Elementary Grades: Strategies to Engage and Equip All Learners was written by Kristina J.
Doubet and Jessica A. Hockett. This page, " x 11" book (Stock #; ISBN ) is available from ASCD for $ (ASCD member) or $ (nonmember).
Differentiation means tailoring instruction to meet individual needs. Whether teachers differentiate content, process, products, or the learning environment, the use of ongoing assessment and flexible grouping makes this a successful approach to instruction.
At its most basic level, differentiation consists of the efforts of teachers to respond. Learn about differentiated instruction in the classroom with these tips and guidelines from teaching expert Laura Robb. Differentiation is a way of teaching; it’s not a program or package of worksheets.
It asks teachers to know their students well so they can provide each one with experiences and tasks that will improve learning. I also use task cards or centers to differentiate instruction.
I create a task to address each level of Bloom’s Taxonomy (Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, Evaluation) related to our unit. On each level, I have two different activities, one for the lower to average student and one for the average to higher level thinker.
A wonderful teaching method that creates learning experiences for students at their own ability levels is differentiation. Elementary school students are not bored with lessons and activities that are too easy for them.
On the other hand, students are also not frustrated by learning material that is too difficult. Differentiation takes time, patience, and good classroom management skills.
Get this from a library. Differentiation of instruction in the elementary grades. [Carol A Tomlinson; ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education.]. Her book, How to Differentiate Instruction in Mixed-Ability Classrooms, is the best one I’ve seen on the subject.
And it’s short: At just over pages, it’s a fast, easy read, and is full of useful information that will set you on the path toward high-quality differentiation. Adapted from Differentiating Instruction in the Regular Classroom How to Reach and Teach All Learners, GradesDiane Heacox.
Differentiated Instruction Responds to the individual learner Addressing: needs, styles and interests Rigorous- Challenges that promote intrinsic motivation for.
He authored, coauthored, or edited more than 20 books, including Assessment for Reading Instruction, Third Edition; How to Plan Differentiated Reading Instruction, Second Edition: Resources for Grades K–3; and Organizing the Early Literacy Classroom; as well as over articles, chapters, and technical reports on a range of literacy topics.
: Guilford Publications, Inc. Differentiation means tailoring instruction to meet individual needs. Whether teachers differentiate content, process, products, or the learning environment, the use of ongoing assessment and flexible grouping makes this a successful approach to instruction.
She has co-authored the ASCD book, Differentiation in Middle and High School: Strategies to Engage All Learners (with Jessica Hockett), the Corwin book The Differentiated Flipped Classroom: A Practical Guide to Digital Learning (with Eric Carbaugh), the AMLE book, Smart in the Middle: Classrooms that Work for Bright Middle-Schoolers (with Carol.
Differentiating instruction has become an integral part of classroom instruction, and tiering lessons is a practical, easy, and efficient way to ensure the various needs and learning levels of elementary students are met. The authors provide a summary of the process, with detailed instructions for tiering lessons for the elementary grades.
Course Description In this 8-week online course, participants will read Differentiation in the Elementary Grades: Strategies to Engage and Equip All Learners by Kristina J. Doubet and Jessica A.
Hockett, and explore how to use differentiated instruction to help students be more successful learners—regardless of background, native language, learning preference, or motivation. What are the best practices for differentiating instruction in the elementary grades. Kristina Doubet and Sarah Thomas discuss how educators can connect with their students, and encourage learning in the way that works best for each learner.
Kristina J. Doubet (along with Jessica A. Hockett) is the co-author of the new book Differentiation in the [ ]. Differentiation Central —This website defines differentiated instruction, provides samples of how differentiation looks in the classroom, and has a list of activities at all grade levels available to teachers.
Differentiation Daily —This website features differentiated activities created by teachers. There are numerous lessons for all subjects and ability levels. - Explore jennyannedavis's board "Differentiated Instruction", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Differentiated instruction, Teaching and Differentiation pins.Differentiated Instruction in Elementary Social Studies: Where Do Teachers literature can enrich opportunities for differentiation in student products based on learners’ interests, abilities, and learning styles.
While picture books are ideally suited for students in the primary grades, they also are useful for increasing learning.'Elementary teachers can use this book confidently as a guide in the journey toward the implementation of RTI and differentiated instruction' - Ronda Gregg, Director of Special Services.
Litchfield School District, NH. Teachers are expected to tailor instruction for diverse learners in their classrooms.