THE MISSOURI READER – Differentiation

Posted by on 14 February, 2018
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We cannot wait for you to explore this issue of The Missouri Reader and we hope you are as excited about what you find as we are to share it with you.  The Special Section – Differentiation features a review of the research along with practical suggestions for meeting the needs of ALL of your students. Just as we strive to meet all of our learner’s needs, we have tried to meet your needs by providing full-length articles ranging from scholarly articles that present research, theory, and practice, written by experienced professors and teachers, to shorter articles that give you a glimpse into the classrooms of teachers of all experience levels.

The Missouri Reader is fortunate to have so many diverse educators willing to take time to share what works for them. If you would like to share your research or experiences, be sure to read Dr. Beth Hurst’s article, “Writing for the Missouri Reader.” The Call for Manuscripts can be found on the last page of this journal.

Check it out with the link below! We are sure you will find just the right article to inspire you!

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