# Differentiation

## It's More Than Just Different

## What Differentiation Isn't

- Same assignment for every student
- Varying the level of difficulty for some students
- Rearranging questions to give the appearance of differentiation
- Grading some students harder, or more lenient, than others
- Giving advanced students more work or emerging students less
- Grouping students without a reason to do so

## What Differentiation IS

## Four Ways to Differentiate

## Examples of Differentiation

## Differentiation (For All Content Areas)

Dare to Differentiate: Think of this as hitting the differentiation jackpot...twice.

Differentiation at the High School Level: Good information for all content areas

Differentiated Tools, Strategies, and Assessments for Social Studies,Writing, Reading, and Science Classrooms ♦ Grades 3rd to 10th: A lot of variety that can be adjusted to meet the rigors of high school

Examples of How to Differentiate Instruction in the Classroom

Websites and Apps that Support Differentiation

## Differentiation by Content Area

Improving Science Instruction with Differentiation

Differentiating in a Social Studies Classroom

Differentiating in a Math Classroom

Differentiating Reading Instruction in an ELA Classroom

Differentiating in the World Language Classroom

Differentiating in the PE Classroom

Differentiating in the CTAE Classroom: Warning-This is a long document but if you scroll towards the end there are some useful strategies there