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Layered Curriculum: The practical solution for teachers with more than one student in their classroom ePub download

by Kathie F. Nunley

  • Author: Kathie F. Nunley
  • ISBN: 1929358083
  • ISBN13: 978-1929358083
  • ePub: 1592 kb | FB2: 1504 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Schools & Teaching
  • Publisher: Brains.Org (January 16, 2001)
  • Pages: 155
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 575
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Layered Curriculum:  The practical solution for teachers with more than one student in their classroom ePub download

Kathie Nunley delights teachers from around the world with her practical and inspirational solutions to the challenges of today's diverse classrooms. Dr. Nunley has delivered a great resource for teachers with this book.

Kathie Nunley delights teachers from around the world with her practical and inspirational solutions to the challenges of today's diverse classrooms. A noted speaker at state, national and international conferences, Dr. Nunley is the author of several books and articles on teaching in the mixed-ability classroom. It ties much of what we know about differentiation and classroom management together with an approach that is adaptable to all learners.

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11 The of Layered Curriculum Layer C - Remember and Understand –Basic content & vocabulary Layer B – Apply and Analyze –Labs & projects Layer A – Evaluate and Create –Critical thinking & problem solving. 12 Layer C – for Visual Learners Read the chapter and explain the illustrations highlightFind a magazine article and highlight the key ideas Complete a concept map for the topic Watch video and do follow-up assignment. 13 Layer C-for Auditory Learners Listen to the book on tape.

Layered Curriculum : The practical guide for teachers with more than one student in their Classroom. I had the privilege of attending a seminar by Dr. Nunley today, and the book mirrors much of the content - I highly recommend both

Layered Curriculum : The practical guide for teachers with more than one student in their Classroom. Nunley today, and the book mirrors much of the content - I highly recommend both. This book takes the vague concept of "differentiated instruction" and makes it concrete, using Dr. Nunley's own "Layered Curriculum" model.

Evolution of Layered Curriculum, Dr. Kathie F. Nunley, Based her work on three main ideas . Layer B, According to Kathie Nunley, the B layer deals with application or manipulation of the information learned in the C layer. Nunley, Based her work on three main ideas:, Learning Styles -Rita Dunn, Multiple Intelligences -Howard Gardner, Mind Styles –Anthony Gregorc. Problem solving or other higher level thinking tasks can be placed here. Relates to application and analysis in Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Kathie F. Nunley delights teachers from around the world with her practical solutions to the challenges of today’s diverse classrooms. With more than 15 years of high school classroom teaching experience in both urban and suburban schools, she is the developer of the Layered Curriculum method of instruction. Nunley is a noted speaker at state, national, and international conferences and has authored several books and articles on brain biology and teaching in the mixed-ability classroom. Библиографические данные.

Layered Curriculum: The practical solution for teachers with more than . student in their classroom

Layered Curriculum: The practical solution for teachers with more than one. A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on PowerShow. com - id: 1cbd27-ZDc1Z. A Student's Brain The Parent, Teacher Manual. student in their classroom. 2 12 over poor comprehension comes from fluency issues reading voice in your head is not good you need to learn to mimic a fluent reader (with meaning, not monotone) 3 iambic pentameter The most common meter in English verse. It consists of a line ten syllables long that is accented on every second beat.

Nunley, Kathie F. Differentiating the High School Classroom: Solution Strategies for 18 Common Obstacles. Layered Curriculum: The Practical Solution for Teachers with More Than One Student in Their Classroom. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin, 2006. -. Markham, Ontario: Pembroke, 2005. 27 Books for Further Reading Books for Further Reading Books for Further Reading Books for Further Reading Tomlinson, Carol Ann.

Based on current brain-imaging information, Layered Curriculum is a completely student-centered teaching method, which uses a triangular-shaped model of 3 layers, each requiring a higher level of understanding. Finally a real solution for teaching in mixed abiltiy classrooms! A "must-have" for all new and experienced teachers. A great resource for parents trying to make a better fit between your child's style of learning and the diverse teaching styles at school.
Kelerius
The ultimate guide for differentiation in your classroom!
Clonanau
Very interesting read. I look forward to trying to incorporate these strategies come September.
Lightbinder
perfect
Domarivip
This seems like a great way to teach, but I'm having a hard time finding the time to get it going. It may take a summer to plan. I want to be in this lady's class;)
interactive man
This book is fantastic! It opens a teachers mind and lesson plans to layered curriculum. time and thought are needed to begin this type of classroom assessment, however the book does such a nice job of walking you right through it! Thank you Kathie Nunley! As a new teacher, I kept this book and plan on using it! 5 stars!!
black coffe
Dr. Nunley has delivered a great resource for teachers with this book. It ties much of what we know about differentiation and classroom management together with an approach that is adaptable to all learners. This is not a vague book of suggestions but solid material that you can start adapting to your classroom. Thanks.
Vudojar
As secondary teachers we often hear that we should differentiate our instruction. In the secondary classroom this is usually accomplished by giving the high achievers more work; and, reducing some of the work for the low achievers. Sadly this is not really differentiation. Recognizing this many secondary teachers turn to many sources of information about differentiated instruction. Unfortunately many of the books written about differentiation are targeted towards the elementary teacher. Translating these practices to the secondary classroom is a bit of a chore and often does not result in the desired outcome.

Nunley's layered curriculum was designed in a secondary classroom. As a secondary teacher I can say that it really does work. Nunley's approach allows a teacher to:
1) provide opportunities for student choice of assignment by preferred learning style.
2) provide opportunities for student choice of assignment by intereste.
3) provide assignments for different levels of readiness.
4) guide students through assignments that cover all levels of Bloom's taxonomy
5) Give students options in how they can demonstrate their learning (e.g. authentic assessment).

If you are a secondary teacher and you want to learn to differentiate instruction; I strongly recommend this book. Nunley's layered curriculum is a straightforward approach to differentiating instruction in the secondary classroom. In addition to this book you will also want to read How to Differentiate Instruction in Mixed-Ability Classrooms or Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn't Fit All. Either of these books will give you a solid understanding of why a teacher should differentiate. Nunley's book will provide you with a straightforward approach to implementing differentiated instruction in your classroom.
I had the privilege of attending a seminar by Dr. Nunley today, and the book mirrors much of the content - I highly recommend both. This book takes the vague concept of "differentiated instruction" and makes it concrete, using Dr. Nunley's own "Layered Curriculum" model. The book includes anecdotal information, brain-research information and many excellent examples, including how Layered Curriculum can be applied to different age groups and content areas. Also has a web link for more information.
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