Differentiation not so Different
Fairness is not Sameness
We all have a unique learning style that allows us to make sense of the world around us. Take the following quiz and find out where your strengths are.
Differentiated instruction is a response to this idea. In order to meet the needs of students, we need to present information in a variety of ways, at different levels, based on their strengths and interests. We also need to provide choice in how they show what they know. This diagram from the Differentiated Instruction Educators Package illustrates the process of D.I. (for short) quite effectively.