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Narvaez L, Brimijoin K. Differentiation at work, K-5: Principles, lessons, and strategies. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Corwin; 2010.

"Every student has unique learning styles, interests, and preferences. By differentiating instruction, teachers can reach all children in their classroom, from struggling students to the gifted. Based on research and the authors' experiences at one remarkable elementary school, Differentiation at Work, K-5 describes what schoolwide differentiation looks like in real classrooms."