Handbook of Differentiated Instruction Using The Multiple Intelligences

Un libro in lingua di Bruce Campbell edito da Prentice Hall, 2007

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Transform your teaching into outstanding, high-impact learning with ready-to-use classroom strategies on differentiating instruction and assessment with the Theory of Multiple Intelligences and make every lesson effective for your students!


Addressing what matters most to teachers,  Handbook of Differentiated Instruction Using MI and More  combines practical applications of Gardner's “Theory of Multiple Intelligences” with differentiation so that teachers have a framework to respond to the increasing diversity of today's classrooms. Organized in a workbook style, the handbook shows teachers how to meet the needs of struggling and advanced students alike. Written in a user-friendly style, the book presents many helpful tools, including: classroom models, whole and small group instruction, student and teacher inventories, curriculum units, thematic planning tips, homework starters, and assessment processes. This active learning approach supports every teacher in making a profound difference in the learning and the lives of students.


Take a look inside...

  • Features easy-to-use organization for quick access to needed materials and ideas at-a-glance.
  • Provides a comprehensible format for differentiating instruction to meet each classroom's broad range of learners.
  • Guides teachers in develop the eight intelligences and differentiating any content in multi-modal approaches.
  • Presents teachers with 18 ready-to-use lesson plans in the core subjects: language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.
  • Incorporates active learning methods into every sample lesson, curricular, and assessment tools allowing teachers to help students learn and retain content.
  • Includes MI inventories for teachers and students to identify their strengths and to apply such strengths to areas of challenge.

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