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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
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.
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.
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