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Differentiating content: An instructor might differentiate content by providing the content in different formats.
On the other hand, differentiating on the fly by adapting one's instruction requires well-developed conditional knowledge.
Strategies for differentiating instruction: Best practices for the classroom.
Both general and special education teachers and college-level collections catering to them will find essential the second edition of Differentiating Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities.
3,4,6,9,19,20) This convention of differentiating between WDLs and ALTs serves to recognize the remarkably tractable nature of surgically accessible lesions and helps prevent overly aggressive treatment for a sarcoma that has virtually no potential for metastasis and is otherwise responsive to conservative measures.
However, it is unclear what the developmental consequences of OP exposure will be on differentiating gonads.
In this way a person might be given a set of appropriately differentiating cells that were otherwise genetically his or her own, only freed from the mutation and therefore able to reconstitute the normal function that the inherited disease had foreclosed.
Market share will be obtained by differentiating services based on quality, access, service, and consumer satisfaction.
Nursing has been differentiating roles for decades, but only during the past 15 years has the concept of differentiated nursing practice become visible.
The Center for Comprehensive School Reform and Improvement's January 2007 newsletter, "A Teacher's Guide to Differentiating Instruction," [ED495740] summarized the following four planning stages teachers can use to effectively differentiate instruction: (1) A thorough understanding of content; (2) Use of preassessments and regular formative assessments; (3) Use of curricular materials and instructional strategies that meet the diverse needs of students; and (4) Use of summative assessments that evaluate students' mastery of subject matter.
Differentiating instruction in the regular classroom: How to reach and teach all learners, grades 3-12.

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