By Douglas J. Llewellyn. This book will help primary school teachers of science gain the skills and knowledge needed to both incorporate inquiry-based instruction into their classrooms and to differentiate such instruction to more effectively meet the needs of all students. The author introduces differentiated inquiry and show teachers how to develop and customize learning choices that best fit their students' individual styles and comfort levels. Differentiated inquiry is based on the belief that when students are provided with choice in instructional options they are more engaged and committed to completing the task at hand. This, in turn, increases student motivation, interest in science, and a desire for students to achieve at higher levels.