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What is Differentiation?

What It Is

Differentiated instruction provides students with various avenues to effectively access content or demonstrate understanding based on different learning needs. Teachers can differentiate by adjusting the content, process, product, or learning environment to accommodate students’ learning needs and preferences.

Differentiating Classroom Discussions

What It Is

Classroom discussions encourage students to learn from one another and to articulate course content in their own words. The interactive dynamic of discussion can help students of all ability levels learn and retain content from the day. Leading discussions in which students contribute meaningfully requires instructor forethought and creativity.

Differentiating Teaching Vocabulary

Differentiating through Use of Visuals