Meet your students’ unique learning needs with a differentiated approach to teaching. This SmartCard addresses common questions about Differentiated Instruction, outlines the many ways in which students differ, and provides practical tips for managing the DI classroom. It features strategies and insights on how to differentiate the various aspects of instruction including: flexible grouping, assessment and evaluation, instructional materials, student support, products and presentations, instructional strategies, time and workload, difficulty, curriculum, and recognition. Use differentiated practices to help students reach their potentials!
Here they are! Kagan's best structures for developing your students' multiple intelligences. You'll find strategies that develop all eight intelligences. There are 30 structures in all, each illustraed with a brief description of the structure.
This colorful 11" x 17" SmartCard is a terrific quick reference for multiple intelligences. It describes MI theory in a nutshell, describes the eight intelligences (including the naturalist intelligence) in plain, easy-to-understand language, and provides
Enhance students' memory! Learn classical and innovative memory strategies to promote retention of academic content. In this SmartCard, learn the best mnemonic devices to use with your students. Students will make dramatic improvements in remembering that
Teach smarter, using powerful principles derived from brain science. Ignite your students' natural love for learning by delivering brain-compatible lessons. Stimulate students' brains by crafting a challenging, enriched curriculum. Increase motivation and
Boost your students' Emotional Intelligence with this SmartCard. In this colorful 11" x 17" quick-reference card, you will find everything you need to get started with emotional intelligence. It includes an understandable synopsis of valuable information
Mind mapping is a fast and fun way for students to take visual notes and for you to present concepts to students. Use mind mapping in your class to foster creativity, boost comprehension and retention of what you teach, and simultaneously engage multiple