Instruction for All Students
Online Tools and Templates

The tools and templates featured here are designed to support the strategies presented in the text Instruction for All Students. These templates are organized by Chapter for your convenience. 

Check out the tools and templates by flipping through the booklet below. Note the tools that have potential for your use and then access the full-page tool in the list below. You can download and print the tools you select. 

See Terms and Conditions at the bottom of the page.

 

 

Chapter III Presentation 

 

Chapter IV Active Learning

 

Chapter V Assignments

 

Chapter VI The Assessment Continuum

 

Chapter VIII Differentiation

 

Chapter IX 21st Century Thinking Skills

 

Chapter X The Learning Environment

 

Chapter XI Collegial Collaboration

 

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The Instruction for All Students tools and templates on this site are copyrighted by Just ASK Publications & Professional Development, 2015 and are fully protected by copyright laws. Permission to duplicate the templates on this site is granted upon acceptance of the following regulations:

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