Keep track of learning goals, targeted adjustments, and student differentiation strategies with this editable template.
Track Student Accommodations and Differentiation Strategies with Ease!
What is differentiation? Differentiation means modifying instruction to meet individual needs. Whether you differentiate content, process, products or the learning environment, quality differentiation is critical when it comes to supporting all students on the path to learning success.
How to Differentiate in the Classroom
Differentiation in the classroom can take on many forms. In many cases, teachers are able to better meet the needs of students by making simple adjustments to:
- teaching content
- instructional processes
- the learning environment.
This student differentiation guide allows you, as an educator, to compile an overview of an individual student’s specific needs, as well as what adjustments and/or differentiation strategies might work best for the student in question. It is the perfect addition to your teaching planner!
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