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Doable Differentiation

Twelve Strategies to Meet the Needs of All Learners

By: Jane A. G. Kise

Differentiating for students’ learning preferences can often seem too complex and complicated for too little gain. Learn a better way forward with the guidance of Doable Differentiation. Author Jane A.G. Kise provides a series of straightforward, high-reward strategies that K–12 educators like you successfully use in their daily practice to support, engage, and challenge students with diverse learning styles.

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Doable Differentiation

Differentiating for students’ learning preferences can often seem too complex and complicated for too little gain. Learn a better way forward with the guidance of Doable Differentiation. Author Jane A.G. Kise provides a series of straightforward, high-reward strategies that K–12 educators like you successfully use in their daily practice to support, engage, and challenge students with diverse learning styles.

  • Understand the benefits of differentiation and how to implement differentiated instruction simply and effectively.
  • Learn students’ preferred cognitive processing styles to better tailor differentiated lesson plans for all learners’ needs.
  • Discover 12 categories of research-based differentiation strategies to implement immediately.
  • Provide students with a variety of accessible options for processing information, engaging in higher-level thinking, and demonstrating learning.
  • Engage learners and develop their proficiency and self-efficacy.

Related Topics

Differentiated InstructionInstructionStudent Engagement


Additional Information

Product Code: BKF952, EKF515

ISBN: 9781947604841

Published By: Solution Tree

“When teachers develop the ability to effectively differentiate instruction, they ensure the large majority of students experience success regardless of grade level or subject matter. This well-researched and expertly written text is a brilliant resource for doing just that! Through Kise’s twelve brain-based techniques (such as allowing student choice and engaging them in student-centered discussions around open-ended questions), differentiation becomes attainable, and students who have previously been left out of the academic equation can experience the confidence and joy that comes from being included. This well-researched and brilliantly written text should be a part of every educator’s professional learning library!”

Marcia L. Tate, CEO of Developing Minds

“With a fresh and innovative approach, Jane A. G. Kise makes differentiation clear and easy to integrate into any classroom. Meaningful and realistic performance goals truly fit all classes, all teachers, and all student levels. This book will not just sit on your shelf; you will be reaching for it often to easily take your engaging lessons to the next level.”

Amy Kochensparger, Science Teacher and Science Department Chair, Eaton Community Schools, Ohio

Doable Differentiation is not simply a book educators read and put on a shelf to gather dust but a valuable tool in any teacher’s repertoire of educational resources. Teachers, administrators, and instructional leaders can all find strategies they can put to use immediately, reaching for this book time and again to ensure high levels of learning for all students.”

Faith Short; Assistant Principal, Greenwood Public Schools, Arkansas

“I love the design of this book! Just as this book facilitates choice in the classroom, so does Jane A. G. Kise give choice to readers. Through clear, research-backed strategies and ideas for differentiation, teachers can start wherever they want and find something they can implement immediately.”

Lisa May, Literacy Coach, Kildeer Countryside Consolidated School District 96, Illinois
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