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Learning about Differentiation

There is much to explore and learn about Differentiation. Here is a list of many of my published articles on the topic, as well as my book. Plus, I’ve added a few places where you can find the thinking by … Continue reading

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Improve Reading Comprehension through Protocols

When given a reading assignment, what part(s) of the reading do students typically remember for later use in classwork? When I ask groups of teachers, they say the beginning or the end of a reading assignment. It’s never both, and … Continue reading

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Blogs to Read and Grow

Check out So All Can Learn: A Practical Guide to Differentiation I was looking through the blogs by others who I read frequently or go to when I’m looking for ideas and perspective. In the spirit of sharing, I’m listing … Continue reading

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The 1st Truth about Differentiation

In the past, I’ve written several articles about the myths that prevents many teachers from using Differentiation as an integral part of how they meet learner needs. Myth-Busting Differentiated Instruction: 3 Myths and 3 Truths There’s No Time to Differentiate: … Continue reading

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#1 Amazon’s Hot New Release – What do Reviewers Say + 1 Strategy Why

Thank you READERS. As of today: So All Can Learn remains the #1 Hot New Release on Amazon in Experimental Education Methods is amazing when you consider it’s been there for 8 days. More important are the reader reviews, which … Continue reading

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Teaching & Learning: What’s fair is not EQuaL

An equitable learning environment is not an “equal” experience. If student data is used closely, some experiences and resources will vary so that all students can achieve the same learning outcomes. Available materials may be the same, and ready to … Continue reading

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Reached #1 on Amazon’s HOT NEW Releases: So All Can Learn

It’s great to see how a need is being filled by the book, So All Can Learn: A Practical Guide to Differentiation. Early results are good as the book has reached #1 in Amazon categories several times. Currently, 1st (paperback) … Continue reading

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The Differentiation Doctors R In Detroit at #MACUL17

The Book Tour Begin! Join me at MACUL conference in Detroit, Michigan during March 16-17. My friend and collegue, Beth Rayl, co-presents on Friday with a lively discussion at our poster session: Differentiation and 21st Century Skills That Work So … Continue reading

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The 4th Way to Plan for Diverse Learners: What Teachers Can Do More of

Rowman & Littlefield | Amazon | Amazon Kindle | Amazon UK | Barnes & Noble Differentiation is… more than a passion or calling in working with students of all ages. For me, it’s simply a necessity, like breathing. If life-long learning is to be what everyone … Continue reading

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Early Reviews of So All Can Learn, part 1

Here’s what readers are already saying about: So All Can Learn: A Practical Guide to Differentiation Order at R&L – Amazon (Kindle) – BN (Nook) Eric White, Educator & National Faculty, Buck Institute for Education In So All Can Learn, … Continue reading

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