Most educators agree that differentiated instruction can dramatically help students to succeed, but good differentiation needs careful planning to make sure students of all abilities are engaged and it can be a challenge when teachers are already so pressed for time.
That's why we searched the Edutopia community for tips and strategies that can help with differentiating instruction. You can find 18 of them included in this presentation:
Do you have a favorite strategy from your classroom? Please share it in the comments. When we all collaborate, the goal of differentiated instruction becomes easier to reach.
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