Links verified 3/17/2013
- Curriculum Differentiation - An overview of the research into the curriculum differentiation educational strategy
- Differentiated Instruction - What is it?
- Differentiated Instruction - This link contains a list of websites containing teaching strategies, lesson plans, and provides an understanding the basic concepts.
- Multiple Intelligence - The Multiple Intelligence Theory can help teachers differentiate instruction in a classroom work session. The Multiple Intelligence Theory allows students to use the same exact content, at the same exact time, in the same exact room, all in different ways in the differentiated instruction activity
- Differentiated Instruction - Differentiated instruction is a way to reach students with different learning styles, different abilities to absorb information and different ways of expressing what they have learned.
- Differentiating Instruction For Advanced Learners In the Mixed-Ability Middle School Classroom - By Carol Ann Tomlinson
- Differentiated Instruction and Implications for UDL Implementation - from CAST, the Center for Applied Special Technology based on the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
- Differentiated Instruction - Learning Styles, Multiple Intelligences, and Differentiated Instruction articles.
- Finding Lost Children Through Differentiated Instruction - Article - “If the work matches my needs, I do better.”
- Mapping a Route Toward Differentiated Instruction - ( by Carol Ann Tomlinson ) Striving to maximize the capacity of each learner.
- Reconcilable Differences? Standards-Based Teaching and Differentiation - Standards-based instruction and differentiated learning can be compatible approaches in today's classrooms. (from the magazine Educational Leadership)
- Towards inclusive schools: a study of how a teacher facilitate differentiated instruction. - This is a long, scholarly paper presented at the European Conference on Educational Research, Edinburgh, 20-23 September 2000.
- What Differentiated Instruction Is, and Is Not