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Differentiated Learning

Reaching and Teaching Every Student


 

Change the content!  Change the process! Change the product!


Facilitating differentiated instruction is not about teaching louder and slower. It’s about a robust instructional repertoire.  It’s about having an assortment of teaching tools and techniques to meet the diverse needs of students.  It’s about different strokes for different folks, and about different entry points and end points to learning!


Change the content!  Change the process! Change the product! 


It’s about student readiness, student interests and student learning profiles. It’s about the opportunity to learn through the many ways of knowing and expressing what one knows. Differentiation is about standards-based learning and high quality teaching.


•    Explore three types of learners

•    Try differentiating curriculum

•    Practice differentiating a lesson

•    Use three measures to differentiate assessments

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