Differentiation and the Brain, Second Ed.
Understand current educational neuroscience research and gain differentiated instruction and brain-based learning strategies for teaching diverse learners.
- Explore how the brain learns and approaches to differentiation.
- Sharpen your knowledge of developmental cognitive neuroscience and educational psychology to teach the best content in the best possible way.
- Use the knowledge of educational neuroscience (neuroeducation) to benefit the students you teach.
- Design and implement strategies for effective differentiated instruction.
- Create a positive and productive learning environment that supports diversity in the classroom.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: The Nonnegotiables of Effective Differentiation
Chapter 2: Mindset, Learning Environment, and Differentiation
Chapter 3: Curriculum and Differentiation
Chapter 4: Classroom Assessment and Differentiation
Chapter 5: Differentiating in Response to Student Readiness
Chapter 6: Differentiating in Response to Student Interest
Chapter 7: Differentiating in Response to Student Learning Profile
Chapter 8: Managing a Differentiated Classroom
- Exercise 2.1: Questions for Teachers About Mindset and Differentiation
- Exercise 2.2: Questions for Teachers About Student Affective Needs, Learning Environment, and Differentiation
- Exercise 2.3: Reflections on Cognitive Traits of Learners and the Environments That Support Those Traits
- Exercise 2.4: Questions for Teachers About Student Cognitive Needs, Learning Environment, and Differentiation
- Exercise 5.1: A Checklist for Differentiating Instruction Based on Student Readiness
- Exercise 5.2: Differentiating Content, Process, and Product Based on Student Readiness
- Exercise 6.1: A Checklist for Differentiating Instruction Based on Student Interest
- Exercise 6.2: Activities for Differentiating Content, Process, and Product Based on Student Interest