DIFFERENTIATING INSTRUCTION FOR DIVERSE LEARNERS
Differentiating Instruction for Diverse Learners: Strategies for Meeting Individual Needs” by Mujahid Bakht is to provide educators with practical strategies and tools for effectively meeting the diverse learning needs of students in their classrooms. The book aims to help teachers create a learning environment that is responsive to the unique strengths and challenges of each student, allowing them to achieve their full potential.
Through this book, the author emphasizes the importance of recognizing and addressing the different learning styles, abilities, and needs of students, including English Language Learners, students with disabilities, and gifted and talented learners. The book provides educators with a range of differentiated instructional strategies and resources, including technology tools, collaborative learning activities, and assessment techniques that can be used to create an inclusive and engaging learning experience for all students.
The author also acknowledges the ongoing challenges and obstacles faced by educators in implementing differentiated instruction and offers practical advice and guidance for overcoming resistance to change and addressing communication barriers in collaboration. The book emphasizes the importance of ongoing professional development and support for teachers in order to ensure the success of differentiated instruction in the classroom.
Overall, the purpose of this book is to provide educators with a comprehensive guide to implementing differentiated instruction in their classrooms and to help them create a learning environment that meets the unique needs of all students while promoting academic achievement and student success.
01. Understanding Diversity in the Classroom
02. The challenge of implementing differentiated
03. The impact of Diversity on Learning
04. The importance of cultural responsiveness in teaching
05. Differentiating instruction for mixed-ability groups
06. Using technology to support differentiated math instruction
07. Adapting instruction to different science levels
08. Addressing diverse language needs in social studies instruction
09. Building a team approach to differentiated instruction
10. Addressing communication barriers in collaboration
About the Author
Mr. Mujahid Bakht
LIFE HISTORY:- Mr. Bakht is a mature, experienced, extremely enthusiastic, energetic, administrator and thirty-six years have proven experience as a businessman in international marketing and public relations. Mr. Bakht is an International Real Estate Specialist, and Professional Business and Projects Consultant. He was born in Pakistan, Educated in Pakistan and USA. Presently American Citizen belongs to business-oriented family. Thirty-Seven years Resident of New York, USA.
BUSINESS HISTORY:- Mr. Bakht is a Founder & President of Atlas Amazon, LLC., Mr. Bakht is a business developer and multilingual business specialist in the Caribbean, South East Asia, and the Middle East emerging markets Mr. Bakht has served, met, and hosted many “Heads of the Countries” Also, maintain a close relationship with investors of high net worth in the USA.
CAREER:- Mr. Bakht has been engaged with many multinational companies in the field of international real estate investment, communication, technology, diamond, gold, mining, Pre-Feb housing, wind & solar energy, outsourcing management, and project consulting along with business partners & associates worldwide. Mr. Bakht has participated in major national and international conferences including participated in United Nations (U.N.O.) conferences.
TRAVEL:- Mr. Bakht is well-traveled and has visited many countries worldwide.
MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE:- Thirty-Seven years of diversified experience in project consulting, marketing, and business management. As a Director of Marketing, Director of Public Relations, Director of International Affairs, Executive Vice President, President, CEO, and Chairman of many national & multinational companies, where he served previously. Mr. Bakht hired and trained many professionals as business consultants in international marketing and supervised them. Mr. Bakht is the author and publisher of multiple books.
CERTIFICATES; Certificate of Authenticity from Bill Rodham Clinton, President of the United States, and Hillary Rodham Clinton First Lady, USA. (July 20, 2000);
HONORS MEMBER; Madison Who’s Who of Professionals, having demonstrated exemplary achievement and distinguished contributions to the business community, registered at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. USA. (2007 & 2008)
HONORS MEMBER; Premiere Who’s Who International, professional business executive having demonstrated exemplary achievement and distinguished contributions to the International business community, 2008 and 2009.
CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT; Achievement Award was presented to Mr. Bakht by Stephen Fossler for five years of continued growth and customer satisfaction from 1996 to 2001.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY; from Terence R. McAuliffe, Chairman of Democratic National Committee, Tom Dachle, Senate Democratic Leader, Dick Gephardt, House Democratic Leader, USA. (June 16, 2001);
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY; from Terence R. McAuliffe, Chairman of Democratic National Committee, USA. (April 16, 2002).
PERSONAL MEETINGS WITH DIGNITARIES:
Honorable. Teng-Hui-Lee, President of Taiwan. 1999.
Hon. Leonard Fernandez, President of the Dominican Republic. 1999.
Prince. Ahmed Fahad Al-Turki, (Saudi Arabia). 2000.
Benazir Bhutto, Prime Minister of Pakistan, 2001.
Dr. Keith Mitchell, Prime Minister of Grenada, West Indies. 2003-2004.
Pierre Charles, Prime Minister of Dominica, West Indies, 2003.
Mr. Charles Sovran, Foreign Minister of Dominica, 2003.
Robert H. O. Corbin Leader & Deputy-Prime-Minister (PNC) Guyana 2004.
Hon. P. J. Peterson, Prime Minister of Jamaica. 2004.
Dr. Kenny D. Anthony, Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, West Indies. 2005.
Hon. Owen Arthur, Prime Minister of Barbados, West Indies. 2005.
Michael de la Bastide, “Chief Justice” and President of the Caribbean Islands. 2005.
Mahmood M. Hussain, the Private Office of His Royal Highness. Dr. Sheikh-
Sultan Bin Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu-Dhabi, U.A.E. 2005.
Sultan S. Al Mansoori, Saeed & Mohammed Alnaboodah, Dubai, UAE 2005.
Ibrahim A. Gambari, Under-Secretary-General (United Nations) 2006.
Hon. Villasarao Deshmukh, Chief Minister of Maharashtra, India, 2006.
Hon. Ashok Chovan, Minister of Industries, Maharashtra, India, 2006.
Hon. Liu Bowie, Ambassador of China, United Nations, 2006.
Senator Einstein Louison, Ministry of Agriculture, Grenada.
Hon. Mark Isaac, Minister of State, Grenada, West Indies.
Hon. Brenda Hood, Minister for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Culture, Grenada.
Wayne Smith, Mayor, Township of Irvington, New Jersey, USA.