Provide training that demonstrates how differentiated instruction can increase achievement in inclusive classrooms!
Designed around the updated edition of the best-selling book Differentiating Instruction for Students With Learning Disabilities, this comprehensive multimedia kit offers staff developers print and visual tools to demonstrate effective differentiated and brain-compatible teaching methods for students with learning disabilities, at-risk students, or youngsters who may have learning difficulties. Facilitators will be able to lead discussions on how to:
- Support learners through flexible, practical lessons
- Improve students' skills in reading comprehension, language arts, and math
- Use metacognitive and scaffolded learning techniques such as webbing, cubing, and tiering
- Enhance social skills through group projects, role play, and practical peer-tutoring systems
Highlighting new information on topics ranging from the reauthorization of IDEA 2004 and Response to Intervention to brain research, reading instruction, and universal design for learning, this revised multimedia resource contains:
- The research-based, updated edition of the companion book, Differentiating Instruction for Students With Learning Disabilities, providing the foundational framework for individualized instruction
- A 42-minute, content-rich VHS video featuring William N. Bender with elementary, middle, and high school master teachers who use a variety of differentiated strategies to engage students with a wide range of abilities
- A companion DVD with navigational menus and bullets for easy stop-and-search control of the video content
- A step-by-step Facilitator's Guide that connects the core content of the book to both the video and DVD and includes video/DVD segment prompts, workshop outlines, extended workshop activities, discussion questions, and key points
Use this comprehensive training package to strengthen your school's capacity to provide high-quality differentiated instruction that makes a lasting contribution in the lives of students with special learning needs.