Melodie Newman Rosenfeld is a lecturer at an academic teachers college in Israel and has been working with teachers and learners for over 38 years. Her series, “Melodie’s Teacher Stories”, are all based on true critical incidents. The stories attempt to help teachers become more aware of the legitimate differences that can make a difference for some learners. Her doctorate was on developing teacher sensitivity to individual learning differences. She may be contacted at [email protected]
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Rosenfeld, M. (2008). PhD Thesis is available to download or view here: https://dspace.library.uu.nl/handle/1874/31224 Rosenfeld, M. and Rosenfeld, S. (2008). Developing effective teacher beliefs about students: Do teachers’ own individual learning differences (ILDs) make a difference? Educational Psychology 28 (3), 245- 272. Rosenfeld, M. and Rosenfeld, S. (2008). Understanding teachers with extreme individual learning differences (ILDs): Developing more effective teachers. Teaching Education 19 (1), 21-41. Rosenfeld, M. and Rosenfeld, S. (2006). Understanding teacher responses to constructivist learning environments. Science Education 90 (3), 385-399. Rosenfeld, M. & Rosenfeld, S. (2004). Developing teacher sensitivity to individual learning differences. Educational Psychology 24 (4), 465-486.