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How To Teach Everybody: Strategies for Effective Differentiation

Pragmatic strategies for hard-pressed teachers working with diverse needs

Author Ann Clucas

Suitable for:  Teachers and trainee teachers across all phases; mentors and tutors of trainee teachers; and the libraries that support them

Price:  £16.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-841790-3
Publication date: 05/04/2018
Paperback: 208 pages
Dimensions: 216x138mm

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Description

How can hard-pressed classroom teachers produce lessons that cater for the learning needs of all their pupils, without excessive preparation? How To Teach Everybody helps solve this problem by providing practical, flexible teaching strategies to enable pupils to overcome barriers to learning and to help them succeed.


Features

  • Is highly pragmatic: focuses on what can be done in the time available, with the resources at hand
  • Is written by a teacher for teachers in plain teacher-speak, rather than in the jargon of academia or educational psychology
  • Is aimed primarily at the general classroom teacher, rather than SEND specialists
  • Provides strategies that can be used to deal with a range of pupils' needs in the classroom, rather than isolated, specialist treatment of individual needs

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