Differentiation and the Brain

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How Neuroscience Supports the Learner-Friendly Classroom

By: David A. Sousa, Carol Ann Tomlinson

Examine the basic principles of differentiation in light of educational neuroscience research that will help you make the most effective curricular, instructional, and assessment choices.

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Differentiation and the Brain

Examine the basic principles of differentiation in light of what current research on educational neuroscience has revealed. This research pool offers information and insights that can help educators decide whether certain curricular, instructional, and assessment choices are likely to be more effective than others. Learn how to implement differentiation so that it achieves the desired result of shared responsibility between teacher and student.

  • Discover ways to better meet the needs of increasingly diverse students.
  • Learn more about how the brain learns and about approaches to differentiation.
  • Understand the science behind teaching the best content in the best possible way.
  • Design and implement strategies for effective differentiated teaching.
  • Create a positive and productive learning environment.

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Additional Information

Product Code: BKF353

ISBN: 9781935249597

Published By: Solution Tree

Page Count: 216

“Teachers face an enormous challenge every day. How can they possibly address the great variety of learning needs in their classes? By combining the research in differentiation and neuroscience, the top thinkers on these two subjects, Carol Ann Tomlinson and David Sousa, provide a well-thought-out response.

“Many books on differentiation simply list differentiation strategies teachers can use, but they dont provide the groundwork necessary for the differentiation to succeed. In contrast, Tomlinson and Sousa astutely take a step back and help teachers see the big picture. They show how the larger elements—curriculum, assessment, classroom environment—need to be shaped to truly support differentiation. Only then do they provide more concrete suggestions for differentiating in the classroom.”

The Main Idea, 2010

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