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Your students learn and grow their content understanding through multiple methods of instruction. The sections below are meant to provide several different types of strategies you can use to reach all types of learners.

 

 Article  Article       Audio  Audio       Image  Image       Video  Video       Webpage

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

Differentiating Teaching Vocabulary

Differentiating through use of Visuals