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How do you differentiate instruction?

Aug 31, 2015 1:38am

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    • Sep 1, 2015 4:12am

      Hello Claudia, there's a link here that's a topic devoted to your query. I just don't know if differentiation, which is under "Topics" on the left side, is part of the common core lingo but check out this link that's on here
      https://www.teachingchannel.org/questions?page=1&categories=topics_differentiation&load=1
      In a nutshell, differentiation is a strategy that you might use so students can acquire or access the curriculum based on their learning style. Now, that is one tall order.

      • Sep 22, 2015 4:40pm

        Hello Claudia-
        I've taught special education for many years, and always needed to use differentiation. The best way I can explain is to use Blooms Taxonomy as your base for lesson/task plan. The graduation of difficulty should apply to any subject/grade. Hope this helps.
        Syndi