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Data Driven Differentiation in the Standards Based Classroom

Data Driven Differentiation in the Standards Based Classroom Author Gayle H. Gregory
ISBN-10 9781483332505
Release 2014-05-22
Pages 248
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Collect the data you need to reach every student! Veteran educators Gregory and Kuzmich provide user-friendly techniques for data-gathering, helping you to differentiate instruction. This informative book is now fully updated to support the Common Core and other key standards, and includes: Step-by-step guidance on gathering data to improve classroom dynamics, pinpoint student learning styles, adjust lessons for different learners, and inform diagnostic teaching and assessment Techniques for using data to refresh and strengthen curriculum, including numerous unit and lesson plans fully linked with the Common Core A wealth of templates for fast and simple data collection Updated differentiation strategies for the Common Core and other key standards, including the Career and College Readiness Standards and the Standards of Mathematical Practice



Driven by Data

Driven by Data Author Paul Bambrick-Santoyo
ISBN-10 9780470548745
Release 2010-04-12
Pages 298
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Offers a practical guide for improving schools dramatically that will enable all students from all backgrounds to achieve at high levels. Includes assessment forms, an index, and a DVD.



Differentiated Literacy Strategies for Student Growth and Achievement in Grades K 6

Differentiated Literacy Strategies for Student Growth and Achievement in Grades K 6 Author Gayle H. Gregory
ISBN-10 9781452299426
Release 2004-10-28
Pages 240
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The most effective literacy strategies for ALL the young readers, writers, speakers, and listeners in your diverse classroom! Emerging learners, developing learners, and fluent learners at all stages of development along the literacy continuum-those are the learners in today’s elementary classrooms. With this latest work, noted authors Gregory and Kuzmich give teachers an instructional and assessment framework designed to promote multiple competencies in literacy. With a focus on research-based, data-driven, and differentiated strategies, teachers are offered a guide to: Pre-assessing diverse learners for literacy skills, competencies, learning styles, and learning gaps Implementing a broad array of high-payoff and developmentally appropriate strategies Creating units, lessons, and adjustable assignments that address multiple competencies in literacy learning



Differentiated Instructional Strategies

Differentiated Instructional Strategies Author Gayle H. Gregory
ISBN-10 9781452284477
Release 2012-11-30
Pages 232
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Your favorite differentiated instruction text just got better! If you're in need of a single resource to put differentiated instruction immediately into practice, then follow the lead of 100,000+ teachers and look to Gregory and Chapman's ground-breaking text. With new strategies, updates throughout, a Common Core lesson-planning template, and a larger format, the third edition is an even richer resource with: A deep research base coupled with immediately useable examples A start-to-finish six-step process, beginning with establishing a classroom climate, then getting to know students An emphasis on formative assessment before, during, and after learning 70+ templates, tools, and questionnaires



The Data Driven Classroom

The Data Driven Classroom Author Craig A. Mertler
ISBN-10 9781416619772
Release 2014-08-11
Pages 42
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Thanks to initiatives like the Common Core and Race to the Top, accountability requirements continue to be a reality for educators. Yet many are still unsure of how to use data to make well-informed instructional decisions. The Data-Driven Classroom comes to the rescue with a systematic, universal process that shows teachers how to: examine student assessment results to identify a curricular or skill area to target for individual intervention or large-group instructional revision; develop, implement, and assess the effectiveness of the intervention or revision; and develop an action plan for future instructional cycles. Author Craig A. Mertler sheds light on how teachers can make sense of overwhelming standardized test reports while avoiding pitfalls like over-interpreting data. In these pages you will also find practical classroom examples and templates designed to guide teachers of all grade levels and subject areas through the comprehensive decision-making framework.



Building on Student Diversity

Building on Student Diversity Author Joy R. Cowdery
ISBN-10 9781412936934
Release 2007
Pages 230
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Addressed to teachers learning about children with diverse backgrounds and abilities, offers a set of biographies and simulated files of six students at three educational levels and practical activities that can be used with the biographies and files to s



The Best of Corwin Differentiated Instruction

The Best of Corwin  Differentiated Instruction Author Gayle H. Gregory
ISBN-10 9781452296548
Release 2011-09-21
Pages 208
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The definitive guide to differentiated instruction The Best of Corwin:Differentiated Instruction features a tapestry of critical information to guide teachers in implementing differentiation. Helpful tools include standards-based lesson- and unit- planning templates, graphic organizers, and brain-based research. The compilation also provides: Strategies for understanding students' needs Tips for accommodating various learning styles Curriculum approaches for data-driven instruction Proven best teaching practices Guidance in creating a positive learning environment Also included is a chapter that offers an in-depth look at middle and high school learners and the need for differentiation to satisfy their developmental needs.



Differentiated Instructional Strategies Professional Learning Guide

Differentiated Instructional Strategies Professional Learning Guide Author Gayle H. Gregory
ISBN-10 9781452291642
Release 2013-07-11
Pages 160
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This companion to the bestselling differentiated instruction guide features step-by-step training activities, guidelines for individualized support, research-based responses to concerns, evaluation tools, and coaching tips.



Differentiated Instructional Strategies in Practice

Differentiated Instructional Strategies in Practice Author Gayle Gregory
ISBN-10 0761939024
Release 2003-04-10
Pages 129
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The companion guide is ideal for all those still working with the classic first edition of Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn't Fit All and invaluable for differentiated instruction implementation.



Student Driven Differentiation

Student Driven Differentiation Author Lisa Westman
ISBN-10 9781506396552
Release 2018-04-19
Pages 216
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Full of just-in-time, step-by-step guidance, this book shows you how to incorporate student voice and choice in the process of planning for student-driven differentiation. This unique approach is based on building collaborative student-teacher relationships as a precursor to student growth. Organized into three parts for quick reference, this book Identifies the criteria for positive teacher-student relationships Examines four areas for differentiated learning – content, process, product, environment Describes the process of planning and implementing student-driven differentiation Motivates and supports you in your student-driven differentiation journey Provides unique examples and engaging vignettes throughout, including a fun project inspired by Shark Tank!



RTI and DI Response to Intervention and Differentiated Instruction

RTI and DI  Response to Intervention and Differentiated Instruction Author Helene M. Hanson
ISBN-10 9781935609865
Release 2014-01-01
Pages 6
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In today's diverse and inclusive classrooms, teachers face the challenge of delivering instruction that is effective and accessible to students with a wide range of needs, abilities, and learning styles. Newly updated for 2014, RTI & DI: Response to Intervention & Differentiated Instruction, by Helene Hanson, shows teachers how they can meet this challenge using the best practices of differentiated instruction (DI) within the framework of Response To Intervention (RTI). This laminated, six-page (tri-fold) guide clearly presents six common elements of RTI and DI that reflect the best practices in addressing classroom diversity within a standards-based curriculum, and provides examples for each. These include: ¿Student-centered activities ¿Flexible grouping ¿Learning centers/stations ¿Ongoing student assessment ¿Data-driven decision making ¿Collaboration and teaming Incorporating some or all of these elements into lesson plans has a proven beneficial impact on teaching and learning for all students. A valuable tool for general and special education teachers, RTI and DI also offers easy-to-implement strategies for planning, including opportunities for teachers to meet and plan together; suggestions for effective lesson plan design, such as active lessons and authentic practice; and caveats for learning.



Supporting Differentiated Instruction

Supporting Differentiated Instruction Author Robin J. Fogarty
ISBN-10 9781935543848
Release 2011-11-01
Pages 124
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Examine how PLCs provide the decision-making platform for the rigorous work of differentiated classroom instruction. A practical guide to implementing differentiation in the classroom, this book offers a road map to effective teaching that responds to diverse learning needs. Takeaway objectives at the beginning of each chapter guide discussion, and each chapter ends with action options of highly interactive strategies.



Fair Isn t Always Equal

Fair Isn t Always Equal Author Rick Wormeli
ISBN-10 9781571104243
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 218
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Differentiated instruction is a nice idea, but what happens when it comes to assessing and grading students? What's both fair and leads to real student learning? Fair Isn't Always Equal answers that question and much more. Rick Wormeli offers the latest research and common sense thinking that teachers and administrators seek when it comes to assessment and grading in differentiated classes. Filled with real examples and “gray” areas that middle and high school educators will easily recognize, Rick tackles important and sometimes controversial assessment and grading issues constructively. The book covers high-level concepts, ranging from “rationale for differentiating assessment and grading” to “understanding mastery” as well as the nitty-gritty details of grading and assessment, such as: whether to incorporate effort, attendance, and behavior into academic grades; whether to grade homework; setting up grade books and report cards to reflect differentiated practices; principles of successful assessment; how to create useful and fair test questions, including how to grade such prompts efficiently; whether to allow students to re-do assessments for full credit. This thorough and practical guide also includes a special section for teacher leaders that explores ways to support colleagues as they move toward successful assessment and grading practices for differentiated classrooms.



The Co Teaching Book of Lists

The Co Teaching Book of Lists Author Katherine D. Perez
ISBN-10 9781118017449
Release 2012-06-26
Pages 270
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Practical strategies for teachers who share classroom teaching responsibilities Filled with down-to-earth ideas, suggestions, strategies, and techniques, The Co-Teaching Book of Lists provides educators with a hands-on resource for making the co-teaching experience a success. Written by educator and popular teacher trainer Kathy Perez, this book gives educators a classroom-tested and user-friendly reference for the co-taught classroom. Topics covered include: roles and responsibilities; setting up the classroom; establishing classroom climate; effective accommodations and modifications for students; goal-setting; negotiating conflicts; scheduling issues; and more. Author Katherine Perez is a popular presenter and workshop leader for Bureau of Education and Research and Staff Development for Educators Offers best practices and helpful strategies for making co-teaching a success Includes a wealth of ideas that are both practical and easy to implement This easily accessible reference presents numerous positive and ready-to-use tips, strategies, and resources for collaborative teaching and student success.



Aligning and Balancing the Standards Based Curriculum

Aligning and Balancing the Standards Based Curriculum Author David A. Squires
ISBN-10 9781483360591
Release 2004-09-22
Pages 344
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Full of field-tested implementation tools, this comprehensive handbook shows how schools and districts can use the Balanced Curriculum process to put their schools on the track to success.



Differentiated Instructional Strategies for the Block Schedule

Differentiated Instructional Strategies for the Block Schedule Author Gayle H. Gregory
ISBN-10 9781452271644
Release 2010-06-28
Pages 336
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Eliminate "idea block" with this practical resource that includes more than 100 planning tools, matrixes, rubrics, templates, and choice boards for differentiating instruction during extended learning blocks.



Data Driven School Improvement

Data Driven School Improvement Author Ellen B. Mandinach
ISBN-10 9780807775509
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The first comprehensive examination of the field, this book brings together stakeholders representing a variety of perspectives to explore how educators actually use data and technology tools to achieve lasting improvement in student performance. Contributors: David V. Abbott, Carrie Amon, Jonathan Bertfield, Cornelia Brunner, Fred Carrigg, Jere Confrey, Katherine Conoly, Valerie M. Crawford, Chris Dede, John Gasko, Greg Gunn, Juliette Heinze, Naomi Hupert, Sherry P. King, Mary Jane Kurabinski, Daniel Light, Lisa Long, Michael Merrill, Liane Moody, William R. Penuel, Luz M. Rivas, Mark S. Schlager, John Stewart, Sam Stringfield, Ronald Thorpe, Yukie Toyama, Jeffrey C. Wayman, and Viki M. Young. “If you want to understand usable knowledge, read Data-Driven School Improvement.” —Ellen Condliffe Lagemann, Harvard University “It is reassuring to know that at least some of the data being generated in our data-driven age are being used to make wiser decisions. We can all learn from these illustrative accounts.” —David C. Berliner, Mary Lou Fulton College of Education, Arizona State University “Replete with examples from real schools and districts, this volume provides a multi-layered portrait of what it takes to establish a culture of data use. Readers will come away with an appreciation of the systemic changes needed to reap the full potential of data-driven decision making.” —Barbara Means, Center for Technology in Learning, SRI International