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Differentiated instruction; grouping for success.


Differentiated instruction; grouping for success.

Gibson, Vicki and Jan Hasbrouck.



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Gibson, a consultant and teacher trainer, and Hasbrouck, a reading specialist and consultant, provide field-tested, research-based, elementary classroom procedures that will help teachers group students for instruction, manage whole class and small group instruction, and incorporate flexible grouping into the regular classroom routine. The procedures depend on a high level of organization, from setting up a file "mailbox" for each child to drafting students as classroom noise monitors, peer counselors, and time keepers. Nine appendices offer forms and checklists for immediate use.

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