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The 5 Most Common Questions on Differentiation Answered

Part of our Cash in on Learning Series by Richard M. Cash, Ed.D. Click to read other Cash in on Learning posts. Much has been publicized recently about the pros and cons of differentiation. Experts volley back and forth the … Continue reading

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Enter to Win Four Books on Differentiation

Our 30th anniversary celebration continues with the October Giveaway. (This giveaway is now closed.) This month we’re giving away four books on differentiating instruction, including a brand new title from Diane Heacox and Richard Cash: Differentiation for Gifted Learners Differentiating … Continue reading

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Cash in on Learning: Starting the Year Off Right with the Boys in Your Classroom

By now, most teachers have had time to interact with their new class of students and get to know them. Most of you are recognizing the unique qualities of all of your learners, which you can use when differentiating the … Continue reading

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Active Learning on the First Day of School

By Hope Sara Blecher-Sass, Ed.D., and Maryellen Moffitt, coauthors of See It, Be It, Write It As the summer days get shorter, you may be wondering about your new students and the opening of a new school year. Many teachers are thinking … Continue reading

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Cash in on Learning: What It Takes: Nurturing Successful Learners for the 21st Century

Each year at this time, teachers begin to feel the eagerness (and stress) of the upcoming school year. Questions abound in our heads. “What will my students be like this year?” “Will I have enough time to cover the entire … Continue reading

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