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Carol Ann Tomlinson is a bestselling author, international professional developer, William Clay Parrish, Jr. Professor Emeritus, and former chair of educational leadership, foundations, and policy at the University of Virginia's School of Education and Human Development, where she was also näytä lisää codirector of the University's Institutes on Academic Diversity. Prior to her work at the university, she was a K-12 teacher for 21 years. näytä vähemmän


Tekijän teokset

Leading and Managing a Differentiated Classroom (2010) 108 kappaletta, 1 arvostelu
The Parallel Curriculum (2001) 46 kappaletta, 1 arvostelu
Studying Lives Through Time: Personality and Development (1993) — Toimittaja — 8 kappaletta
Integrando (2007) 2 kappaletta

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This book was required reading for my M.A. in Secondary Education. It contains some useful examples of how to make differentiation work in your classroom. In order to provide a broad range of examples, however, you will also find many examples that are relevant for other fields (ex: tips for history that don't directly apply to my life as a science/math teacher) or grade levels (ex: elementary tips that don't work with high school students).
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AliciaBooks | 2 muuta kirja-arvostelua | Jun 28, 2023 |
Intersting ideas, but no pratical how-tos. She has the ideas there, but, in my opinion, never follows them through.
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tmscott13 | 1 muu arvostelu | Jan 23, 2016 |
Differentiation relates more to addressing students' different phases of learning from novice to capable to proficient rather than merely providing different activities to different groups
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Katyabel | 1 muu arvostelu | Jul 16, 2015 |
When reading this book from a teacher librarian perspective, there comes an overwhelming urge to sit down with a group of major educational consultants like Carol and Jay McTighe and a number of others to work through a different scenario than helping the isolated teacher in the isolated classroom “covering” prescribed content. Dr. Tomlinson addresses content understanding and “process” by which she means a teaching strategy. We would like these major thinkers to turn their attention to the real world of rich information environments, rich technology environments, and teaming the classroom teacher with a teacher librarian to assess how both working together can produce not just an expected result but challenge kids to exceed expectations. This volume concentrates on what teachers assess, when, and how they assess. But. what about the students themselves? What about what other specialists in the school can contribute to assessment? There are solid ideas here for just one piece of the total picture of assessment and teacher librarians are likely to participate in a professional development discussion of these strategies, but we urge that you be prepared with other perspectives that demonstrate your contribution to teaching and learning, and urge other types of measures. So, if this book is being discussed in your faculty, you must read it; otherwise, we are still looking for a broader perspective some time this century…… (lisätietoja)
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davidloertscher | 1 muu arvostelu | Jan 24, 2014 |

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