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Designing Personalized Learning for Every Student: Activity Based Assessment (ABA) Inventory and Other Forms
by Dianne Ferguson, Cleo Droege, Hafdis Guojonsdottir, Jackie Lester, Gwen Meyer, Ginevra Ralph, Nadia Sampson, and Janet Williams for InclusiveSchools.org

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Today's students are more diverse than ever before—in cultural backgrounds, learning styles and interests, social and economic classes, and abilities and disabilities. How can schools accommodate these differences while also dealing with other demands for change, from the push for tougher standards to the call for more discipline in the classroom? This book offers answers—and challenges schools to reinvent themselves as more flexible, creative learning communities that include and are responsive to a full range of human diversity.

More information about this book and other resources are available: http://www.ascd.org/portal/site/ascd/template.book/menuitem.5d91564f4fe4548cdeb3ffd

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