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Differentiating Instruction in the Regular Classroom: How to Reach and Teach All Learners (Updated Aby Diane Heacox Ed.D. Year Published: 2012 EducationI've read and re-read this book. Dr. Heacox has many ideas about DI which I was able to implement in the classroom. I have this book and would be glad to loan it to anyone who would like to read it.
by Dave Burgess Year Published: 2012 EducationThis book is a quick read. This book affected my teaching practices for the better. I started thinking about the best way to teach concepts taking into consideration the physical setting, and how I wanted my lessons to turn out. by Kellie Marcarelli Year Published: 2010 EducationThis lady is my hero! This is a good book for learning about what interactive notebooks can do. I met Kellie at a conference and her student notebooks are impressive. I have this book if you would like to borrow it. by Page Keely Year Published: 2005 EducationMs. Keely writes these great books about assessment probes. Not only does she provide the probes with explanations for each level (elementary, middle and high) she has a chapter at the start of each book which teaches about assessment. These books are available in e-book editions from NSTA. You can print them multiple pages per sheet to save paper. ALL of the Uncovering Student Ideas in Science are excellent. by Chris Biffle Year Published: 2013 EducationThis is a very quick read. The strategy is interesting. I'd love to see a high school teacher try it out. The kids love it. I did this with my students. In addition to my own students I tried it on the students when we rotated classes. They all seemed to like it and it worked well. by Daniel T. Willingham Year Published: 2010 EducationI really love brain-based learning and so I enjoyed this book. It helps us as teachers understand why students don't like school. What I found most interesting is it doesn't matter what type of teacher you are kids are looking for basically two things: are you organized and do they feel like you care about them. If they perceive you as having these two qualities they will see you as a good teacher.
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