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Posted on August 12, 2013 in Differentiating Instruction, News

If you liked From Tutor Scripts to Talking Sticks, I have some fun news to share! I-along with my co-author, Sheila Danaher-have collected another 100 ideas for differentiating instruction in K-12 inclusive classrooms and assembled them into a second book. We certainly didn’t think there would be a follow-up text to Tutor Scripts, but we just kept finding ideas (and having teachers send us ideas) for great low-cost easy-to-implement curricular adaptations. So, we could not resist putting out one more volume. The new title, From Text Maps to Memory Caps, is out in October but you can pre-order on the Brookes Publishing site or on Amazon.com. We have a lot of classroom games in this book, several ideas for using augmentative communication in inclusive classrooms, and many literacy supports that can support common core lessons. When the book is released in a few months, I will be blogging about a few of the ideas featured in the book, so stay tuned!

From Text Maps to Memory Caps: 100 More Ways to Differentiate Instruction in K-12 Inclusive Classrooms

Differentiated instruction is simple and fun with this treasure trove of ready-to-use adaptations for grades K-12. All teachers-especially fans of Kluth & Danaher’s From Tutor Scripts to Talking Sticks-will love the 100 creative NEW ideas in this illustrated guide, perfect for meeting the learning needs of all students in inclusive classrooms. An effective, time-saving way to boost student skills in key areas such as literacy, math, organization, communication, and behavior, these research-based adaptations will strengthen and energize any curriculum.

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