Lesson 5: Providing Differentiated Instruction
Differentiated instruction is an approach to teaching that encourages teachers to vary their approaches to best accommodate the vast diversity displayed by students in the same classroom. Teachers–recognizing that students differ in many ways, including prior knowledge and experiences, readiness, interests, language, culture, and learning preferences–adapt the way they teach in order to reach all their students. The goal of differentiated instruction is to meet each student where he or she is and to provide learning opportunities that maximize each student’s growth and success.
Sign up for the ARK for Teachers: Secondary Level Volume 3 Course
This Course includes 2 Sections, and 10 lessons