"Immediately accessible and usable in any classroom, this incredible compendium of teaching strategies is proof that good teaching benefits all students and that we don't need to isolate students with different learning styles or challenges. Udvari-Solner and Kluth have made a wonderful contribution to better teaching for all children."
Mara Sapon-Shevin, Professor of Inclusive Education
"Finally, a book that describes practical strategies for differentiated, multilevel instruction that includes the full range of children who exist in today's classrooms. Creates inclusive, democratic communities of learners where students with wide ranges of abilities—from those considered gifted to those with severe cognitive disabilities—may learn together at their own level. A very important and practical text that will be appreciated by teachers, administrators, and parents alike."
J. Michael Peterson, Professor
Wayne State University
“Here is a blend of classroom theory with applied facts, using classroom-tested examples and clear guidelines to help teachers create and assess the results of an active, collaborative learning environment.”
The Bookwatch, April 2008
Midwest Book Review