Differentiated Instruction

What is curriculum differentiation?
Because learning styles and instructional needs vary from student to student we must provide each student with targeted instruction—that is, teaching practices designed to meet his or her individual learning needs.

A differentiated curriculum is a program of activities that offers a variety of entry points for students who differ in abilities, knowledge and skills. Differentiation allows for differences in content, process and product based on the needs of individual students.  In a differentiated curriculum, teachers offer different approaches to what and how students learn as well as how students will demonstrate what they have learned.

In a differentiated math classroom, all students have access to high quality, engaging mathematics instruction.  There are ambitious expectations for all, with accommodations for those who need it.

For more information, please see below:
Response to Intervention (RtI)
Talented and Gifted (TAG)

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