Developing the Gifts & Talents of All Students: In the Regular Classroom
Margaret Beecher presents an innovative K-12 curriculum model designed for teachers looking for ways to reach all students in their heterogeneous classrooms. Based on the Enrichment Triad Model and principles of differentiated curriculum, it addresses interest-based teaching, curriculum mapping, essential questions, interdisciplinary curriculum, community resources, self-directed learning, interest development centers, and Types I, II, and III enrichment. The specific planning, organizational, and management techniques in this book will show educators how to implement this model effectively and efficiently in their classrooms.
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