Differentiated Instruction

This is the personal website of
Mayen Davis
created at Touro College
Email: mdavis29@schools.nyc.gov
 
 
 

Differentiated Instruction

In laymans terms, differentiated instruction is
 adapting a lesson to meet the needs of the
different leveled learners.  For example:  In a
cloassroom of twenty-five students, three
students are above level, six are below grade
level, and the rest are on level.  The teacher
would need to create a lesson and then adapt
or change it slightly so that the students will
be able to learn and understand the lesson. 
Some of the ways this can be done is through manipulatives, music, technologies, and
movement.
 
Below is the official wikipedia definition of
differentiated instruction.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Differentiated_instruction

Differentiating instruction to meet the needs of all students


 
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Differentiated Instruction

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Bee Davis,
Jul 8, 2010, 1:00 PM
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