Differentiated Instruction Handbook
Teaching and Learning

Differentiated instruction is an approach that benefits all students. The DI Handbook is a reference for all teachers district-wide containing strategies that apply to all students, in all content areas, and at all grade levels.  This handbook is accessible to teachers as they plan their lessons, think about how they will target the instructional needs of their students, and search for alternative approaches to maximize opportunities for success. The DI Handbook is another example of how the Department of Teaching and Learning collaborates to provide resources, training, and support that help improve the quality of instruction and raise student achievement  district-wide.

Carol Tomlinson on Differentiation- Responsive Teaching.mp4