Differentiated Instruction : Inclusive Strategies for Standards -Based Learning That Benefit the Whole Class

by Diana Lawrence-Brown
American Secondary Education ()

Abstract

With suitable supports, including differentiated instruction, students ranging from gifted to those with significant disabilities can receive an appropriate education in general education classrooms. A multilevel lesson planning system is presented here that is manageable in a standards-based instructional context, along with a variety of helpful instructional strategies and real-life examples. Supports are outlined for students with mild disabil- ities, and adaptations are explained for students with severe disabilities and for students with special gifts and talents. Advice is provided for making a manageable change to differentiated instruction.

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