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Day 12: Your ideas

Posted on December 12, 2013 in Differentiating Instruction, Inclusion

12 Days of Xmas

I hope you enjoyed the 12 Days of Inclusion featuring ideas from my new book, From Text Maps to Memory Caps. I would love to hear your feedback on the ideas either in the comments section or via email if you want to let us know how you have used an idea. We would also love reviews of the text on Amazon.com (well, good ones anyway—LOL) if you do have the book and want to post a few comments.

Ok, back to business…..to wrap up this event, I would like to invite you to share one of your favorite ideas for differentiating materials for the inclusive classroom.

Do you have a neat do-it-yourself idea? A unique way to create supports using materials we already have on hand? An unique way to use school supplies to support diverse learners?

If so, please share in the comments section on Facebook or here on the blog; your great idea may end up being just the thing someone else needs. Let’s see if we can get at least twelve comments on here or on Facebook to keep in our theme of twelve days. Share generously. Tis the season!

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