Differentiating Instruction With Style

Aligning Teacher and Learner Intelligences for Maximum Achievement

By: Gayle H. Gregory, 2005

Make the right choices for the diverse learners in your classroom by differentiating instruction for learning styles, thinking styles, and multiple intelligences!
This important new bridge between essential theory and classroom practice provides educators with an instructional repertoire that responds creatively to learners’ differences. A synthesis of key research combined with more than 100 instructional and analytic tools and templates makes this an ideal resource for teachers and instructional leaders.
Carefully planned chapters cover:

  • Core principles of brain-compatible learning
  • Core theories from Jung, Gregorc, Kolb, McCarthy, Lowry and others about learning styles
  • Core theories from Costa, Gardner, Sternberg, Goleman, and others about intelligence
  • Core taxonomies from Bloom, Quellmalz, Krathwohl, Williams, Eberle, and others about thinking and creativity
  • Step-by-step planning tools to help you select what works for your own teaching style from among the key principles of all these core theories.