Harness the “power of two”: Differentiated instruction plus technology equals a better learning environment for diverse students. Differentiating Instruction with Technology in K–5 Classrooms helps today’s educators understand how to immediately use technology as a tool to differentiate instruction. The authors provide a variety of practical instructional strategies to accommodate a broad range of learning styles, abilities, and curriculum content. Creative, ready-to-use lessons mapped to curriculum content standards, activities, and templates allow teachers to kick-start their use of technology in differentiating instruction.
Learn how to use technology to differentiate by student interest, readiness, ability, learning profile, content, process, and product. A chapter dedicated to applying technology to specific subjects—-art, music, physical education, and foreign language—-rounds out the instruction-specific content. The final two chapters focus on using technology to assess student learning and manage the differentiated classroom.
- Ready-to-use lessons mapped to curriculum content
standards, activities, and templates.
- Information accommodates a broad range of learning
styles, abilities, andd curriculum content.
- Includes strategies for using technology to manage the differentiated classroom and assess student learning.