Item #: 204289
Item #: 204290
Every teacher knows that students come to school with different background experiences, different interests, different personalities, and different levels of readiness for learning essential content. No two students are the same. Differentiated instruction helps teachers leverage student differences so that they become pathways to academic success, rather than impediments to learning. This series featuring author and educational consultant Carol Ann Tomlinson, looks at differentation in elementary school and Pre-K and at teh secondary level.
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Length: 119 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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