In order to meet the needs of students with learning disabilities in the classrooms of today and tomorrow, general and special educators must work together to differentiate instruction. The new differentiation must take place within an RTI framework, it must make use of the most modern technologies, and it must engage students' interests. In this new book, William Bender builds on the success of Differentiating Instruction for Students With Learning Disabilities by providing new ideas, strategies, and examples of the most effective instructional practices. With an emphasis on real world problem solving and brain-based learning, this book will be an invaluable and practical resource for current and future elementary teachers.
About the Author
1. Differentiated Instruction: Then and Now
2. Universal Design and Differentiated Instructional Models
3. Technology and the New Differentiated Instruction
4. Response to Intervention and Differentiated Assessment Strategies
5. Instructional Support Strategies for Differentiated Instruction
6. Cognitive Strategy Instruction for Differentiated Classes