The Differentiated Instructional Strategies 10 Book Collection

Everything educators need for differentiating instruction!
This 10-volume slipcase collection contains the core resources for implementing differentiated instruction in the classroom from best-selling authors Gayle H. Gregory, Carolyn Chapman, Rita King, and Lin Kuzmich. Teachers, school leaders, and staff developers will find strategies, tools, models, templates, matrixes, rubrics, graphic organizers, and checklists for meeting the diverse needs of today's students. The collection includes:

  • Differentiated Instructional Strategies, Second Edition
  • Differentiated Instructional Strategies in Practice, Second Edition
  • Differentiated Instructional Management
  • Differentiated Assessment Strategies
  • Differentiating Instruction With Style
  • Data Driven Differentiation in the Standards-Based Classroom
  • Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Reading in the Content Areas
  • Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Writing in the Content Areas
  • Differentiated Literacy Strategies for Student Growth and Achievement in Grades K-6
  • Differentiated Literacy Strategies for Student Growth and Achievement in Grades 7-12

The companion book to the updated edition of the best-selling Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn't Fit All, this revised edition focuses on step-by-step training activities for job-embedded professional development in differentiated instruction. This workshop-friendly resource offers guidelines for small study groups or larger staff development meetings and includes:

  • Research-based approaches for responding to concerns about change and for providing individualized support and mentoring
  • Suggestions for coaching, observation, supervision, and evaluation of staff members’ use of DI practices
  • Implementation and evaluation tools to measure school-wide progress

Covering the basic elements of differentiated instruction, this book demonstrates how administrators and staff developers can help teachers develop the capacity for change and improve the quality of instruction, curriculum, and assessment.