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Carol Ann Tomlinson

Full Name: Carol Ann Tomlinson
Number of Works: 25
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ISBN: 0871205122, 9780871205124
Keywords: classrooms, ability, mixed, instruction, differentiate
Pages: 117
Published: 1995
  • Rating: 80%

One of our most popular books ever NOW UPDATED! Three new chapters, extended examples, and field-tested strategies help teachers succeed in today s increasingly diverse classrooms. Learn proven ideas for how to match instructional approaches to the readiness, interests, and talents of all students: learning centers, hands-on activities, contracts, and investigative projects. Plus, read about new ways of structuring lessons to provide scaffolds for the lesson content, the procedures used in learning, and the products of learning.
ISBN: 0871207605, 9780871207609
Keywords: curriculum, grades, differentiating, guide, practice, resource, differentiation
Pages: 197
Published: 2003
  • Rating: 80%

Join Carol Ann Tomlinson and Caroline Cunningham Eidson in their continuing exploration of how real teachers incorporate differentiation principles and strategies throughout an entire instructional unit. Focusing on the elementary grades, but applicable at all levels, Differentiation in Practice, Grades K5 will teach anyone interested in designing and implementing differentiated curriculum how to do so or how to do so more effectively. Inside, you'll find<UL><li>Annotated lesson plans for differentiated units in language arts, social studies, science, and mathematics. <li>Sa
ISBN: 1560901950, 9781560901952
Keywords: middle, bright, schoolers, work, classrooms, grades, smart
Pages: 136
Published: 2006
  • Rating: 60%

Every so often a book comes along that is particularly useful, timely, and very well-written. This is such a book. The authors, experienced middle level teachers and recognized experts in gifted education, write with a flair and passion about bright middle schoolers and those with unrecognized potential. Authors Tomlinson and Doubet provide a solid rationale for meeting the needs of all young adolescents, guidelines for a curriculum that is responsive to the diversity that all middle level teachers encounter, and a wonderfully rich set of instructional strategies especially appropriate for hig