- this website contains examples of how to differentiate through the use of tiered assignments in all grades in the subject areas of math, LA, and science.
- explains one method of how tiering can work within the classroom
- detailed examples of different types of tiering ERICDocs/data/ericdocs2sql/ content_storage_01/0000019b/ 80/3d/4e/f0.pdf
- methods used to reduce boredom and frustration and increase students academic motivation
- compact sight with information about assessment, examples, definitions. Very short and sweet.

- word document that contains definitions and another version of the 6 ways to tier.

__ - developing strategies that meet the variety of learning styles of students. - examples of how tiering was effective in a New York

McQuarrie, L, McRae, P, & Stack-Cutler, H. (2008). Differentiated instruction provincial research review: choice, complexity and creativity. Alberta Initiative for School Improvement (AISI). -an AISI project that gave some insight into how to use technology for differentiation

Rakow, S. (2007). All Means all: classrooms that work for advanced learners. Middle Ground: National Middle School Association, 11 (1), 10-12.
- an article about differentiation in the classroom and forms of projects

Roberts, J, & Inman, T. (2007). Strategies for differentiating instruction best practices for the classroom. Waco, Texas: Prufrock Press Inc.
-book on how to implement differentiated strategies in the classroom.

Tomlinson, C. (1999). The Differentiated classroom. New Jersey: Pearson. P. 83-87
-book on how to implement differentiated instruction

Tomlinson, C.A, & Strickland, C.A. (2005). Differentiation in Practice. Alexandria, VA, USA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
-book on how to use differentiated instruction