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|Book Title||: Information Literacy for Today s Diverse Students Differentiated Instructional Techniques for Academic Librarians|
|Author||: Alex Berrio Matamoros|
|Release Date||: 2018-11-21|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
This book helps students from diverse backgrounds and with various learning styles to master the material they learn with these practical examples for librarians teaching higher education information literacy. • Explains differentiated instruction and its benefits for both teaching and learning • Helps readers to understand how students' cultural diversity and different learning styles can affect how they learn • Offers quick access to practical examples, tips, and best practices for using several DI tools and techniques that teachers can easily follow to save time and effort and avoid common problems • Answers frequently asked questions about implementing DI
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