This book provides tips and strategies which unify two popular and effective trends
- the differentiated classroom, in which teachers align their instruction to meet the needs of individual students.
- the democratic classroom, in which students are intrinsically motivated to learn because they are given chances to make choices.
Table of Contents
-The Democratic Differentiated Classroom
-How Do Teachers and Students Know if Students Have Learned in the Democratic Differentiated Classroom?
-Involving Students in Their Own Learning
-How to Group Students for Differentiated Instruction
-Tools for the Democratic Differentiated Classroom