Differentiation Resources for Teachers
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"Because one size does not fit all" -Tomlinson


I have found the these sites to be very useful, especially when trying to meet the needs of a diverse group of student learners.

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Resources
Bookhive: Helps students and teachers find books based on the season, or an interest.
www.cmlibrary.org/bookhive/

Tools for RTi
sites.google.com/a/op97.org/brooksrti/literacy-tools

www.rtitools.com/

Library of Congress: Appropriate for any age, and is very helpful when studying non-fiction. May also be a valuable resource for gifted learners.
www.loc.gov/index.html

Working with Words: There are many resources within this site, but it has some really helpful information for phonics instruction as well as vocabulary.
classroom.jc-schools.net/read/words.html

Carol Hurst's Children Literature Site: resource for children's literature with ideas for classroom implementation.
www.carolhurst.com/

Booktalks: This a great resource when your looking for a text for a specific theme, unit, or interest. Students could use this on their own as well.
nancykeane.com/booktalks/default.htm

The Lexile Framework: helps teachers level texts, and enables students to find appropriate texts.
www.lexile.com/

Reading rockets: wonderful resource for literacy
www.readingrockets.org/