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Rezuli's take on the process!

How to Differentiate Instruction (be sure to scroll down)
Step 1- Know Your Students
Step 2- Have a Repertoire of Teaching Strategies
Step 3- Identify a Variety of Instructional Activities
Step 4- Identify Ways to Assess or Evaluate Student Progress
Be sure to scroll down to find the article. 

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Bloom's Taxonomy
Synthesis Evaluation Analysis Application Comprehension Knowledge
"Enter the Web Quest" (tutorial)
This is a computerized approach to Bloom's higher order thinking.
Elements of Most Web Quests: 1. Introduction 2. Task 3. Procedure 4. Resources 5. Evaluation 6. Conclusion
Hundreds of Web Quests By Subject
Language Arts Web Quests,  Math Web Quests,  Science Web Quests,  Social Studies Web Quests,  Make Your Own Web Quests
Rubrics
Here you will find pre-made rubrics for many subjects. If you would like to adjust one, copy and paste it into a word processor. If you would like to start from scratch, that have a template for that too.
Differentiating Instruction in the Regular Classroom: How to Reach and Teach All Learners, Grades 3-12
This site is a review of Diane Heacox's book. I heard Diane speak at NAGC and was impressed that she addressed the needs of secondary teachers in Differentiating Curriculum.  We have copies of the book that you can check out in the GT library at the Support Services office.
Ability Grouping in Elementary Schools
"The heterogeneous grouping of Cooperative Learning is good in some cases but not all."
Kathie Nunley's Layered Curriculum
C Layer: Basic knowledge, understanding.
B Layer:
Application or manipulation of the information.
A Layer:
Critical Thinking and Analysis.
This is an amazing step by step "how to" that deserves consideration.  The grading philosophy is different from those I've read in the Differentiation books, but it does a great job of meeting students where they are.