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Individualized Child-Focused Curriculum: A Differentiated Approach

Individualized Child-Focused Curriculum: A Differentiated Approach

Author: Gaye Gronlund, MA
Product Code: 544496
ISBN: 978-1-60554-449-6
Publisher: Redleaf Press®
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Meet each child where they are


How do you focus on each individual child in a full classroom? Learn to integrate individualized curriculum into daily practice with this step-by-step guide. Even good observers and documenters do not always use these insights to inform their curriculum planning. Using Developmental Studies, a new tool created and successfully field-tested by the author, implement a truly child-focused and individualizing curriculum, meet children at their developmental level and ultimately making teaching easier and more rewarding.

Age focus: 2–6. Softbound 200 pgs.

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Review by: Jarrod Green, Children's Community School - April 1, 2016
As a teacher with more than 10 years of child-centered teaching under my belt, I was surprised how much the practices in this book helped me plan powerful curriculum for the children in my classroom. Novice and expert teachers alike will find the techniques in this book both improve their practice and help them find more joy in it. Gaye's approach is straightfoward and practical, but springs from a strong philosophy that teachers will identify with.
Review by: Mary Beth Hilborn, Hawken School - April 1, 2016
We had the great fortune of supporting the development and implementation of Gaye's individualized developmental studies process through Hawken's Teacher Training Institute. We found it to be a powerful tool for collaboration and planning. This approach was the first time I have seen, as an administrator, classroom observation shift from what the teachers were doing to what the students were experiencing. This shift in perspective provided a powerful framework for individualized instruction and allowed colleagues to focus on children rather than personal teaching practices.


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