A teacher-friendly book that is helpful for any educator wanting to differentiate instruction for the gifted or regular classroom. The authors provide a summary of the process, with detailed instructions for tiering lessons for the elementary grades.
The easiest, simplest way I’ve found to differentiate instruction (The Cornerstone Blog)
There's a little secret that most of we us educators are keeping about differentiating instruction. We believe it's a good idea in theory, we try to do it when we can.but we really don't have any workable system for it.
"Reading Instruction with Gifted and Talented Readers: A Series of Unfortunate Events or a Sequence of Auspicious Results?" by Patricia F. Wood. Article describes the "unfortunate" scenario in which some gifted readers find themselves when appropriate differentiation for all readers does not occur. The article aims to provide instructional ideas for teachers of reading, who often receive more training in working with average and struggling readers than with gifted readers.
Tried and true QUICK methods for differentiating existing lessons so that you can save time while meeting the needs of your students during ONE class period. Comparison of differentiation, modification, and accommodation.