My colleague Katie Hull-Sypnieski is leading a February 1st Education Week Webinar on differentiating instruction, and I would strongly encourage people to participate. Katie’s the best teacher I’ve ever seen….
In addition, Katie and I have co-authored a piece for Education Week Teacher on the topic that will be appearing there soon, and an upcoming post in my blog there will be talking about it, too.
Given all that, a “The Best…” post was inevitable, and here it is.
Here are my choices for The Best Resources On Differentiating Instruction:
Busting Myths about Differentiated Instruction is by Rick Wormeli.
Reconcilable Differences? Standards-Based Teaching and Differentiation is by Carol Ann Tomlinson.
Deciding to Teach Them All is by Carol Ann Tomlinson.
Making a Difference: Carol Ann Tomlinson explains how differentiated instruction works and why we need it now is an Ed Week Teacher interview.
From Differentiated Instruction to Differentiated Assessment is by Douglas B. Reeves.
Mapping a Route Toward Differentiated Instruction is by Carol Ann Tomlinson.
Differentiated Instruction: Setting the Pedagogy Straight is by Rick Wormeli.
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