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Chapter in a box

May 15, 2013

Today, I get to bring Differentiation Daily visitors over to my professional website: www.paulakluth.com. On this site, I do share some ideas on differentiation, but mostly focus on short articles, posts, and reflections on the topic of inclusive schooling. In April, however, I did focus a lot on classroom supports. I honored Autism Awareness Month by posting one idea per day related to learners on the spectrum. One of those ideas was the “chapter in a box”.

Chapter in a box can be created for students of any age and for materials in any subject area. It simply involves collecting objects related to the topic of study. The objects can then be used for exploration during the unit. If you have students with limited communication skills, objects can also be used to answer or ask questions.

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