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Differentiating Math Instruction, K-8
This seminal text is like no other, successfully blending the best of what technology has to offer with guidelines for meeting the objectives set forth by the Common Core.
- Grade Level: PreK-12
- ISBN: 9781452255453
- Published By: Corwin
- Year: 2013
- Page Count: 304
- Publication date: September 30, 2013
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Real-time strategies for real-life results!
It’s all too familiar: A classroom of 25+ students—all with very different needs and learning styles. Do you sometimes feels more like a juggler than a math teacher, struggling to keep all those balls in air? William Bender is prepared to lend a hand with this new edition of what’s certainly the most important book on differentiating math instruction written in recent years.
Just what makes Differentiating Math Instruction such a favorite among K-8 teachers? It’s the only book that successfully blends the best of what technology has to offer with guidelines for meeting the objectives set forth by the Common Core. Every new innovation in math instruction is addressed:
• Flipping math instruction
• Project-based learning
• Using Khan Academy in the classroom
• Educational gaming
• Teaching for deeper conceptual understanding
Before long, all of your students will engage more deeply with math content, no matter their pace or learning style.
“This is a great book that can be applied to any classroom, not just the math classroom! I have pages bookmarked already to explore!”
“This book is an engaging and exciting read for any teacher truly interested in updating instructional skills and integrating 21st century instructional strategies.”
--Esther M. Eacho
Johns Hopkins University
Table of Contents
About the Author
1. Differentiated Mathematics Instruction
2. Differentiated Instructional Models: Lesson Modification and Learning Centers for Mathematics
3. Flipped Mathematics Classes and Project Based Learning: New Differentiated Instructional Models in Mathematics
4. Strategies for Differentiating Early Math Instruction
5. Strategies for Differentiating Instruction In Grades 3 Through 6
6. Strategies for Differentiating Instruction In Grades 6 Through 8
7. Differentiated Assessments and Response to Intervention
Appendix A: Recently Developed or Widely Used Curricula in Mathematics
“This is a great book that can be applied to any classroom, not just the math classroom! I have pages bookmarked already to explore!”Rachel Spenner, 6th Grade Teacher
Westridge Elementary, West Des Moines, IA
“This is a practical guidebook for anyone who wants to more effectively differentiate mathematics instruction to meet all students’ needs.”Marcia Carlson, 6th Grade Teacher
Crestview Elementary School, Clive, IA
"This book is an engaging and exciting read for any teacher truly interested in updating instructional skills and integrating 21st century instructional strategies. Implementing these strategies will foster success in all students."Esther Eacho, Associate Faculty
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD