Differentiated Instruction is a set of decisions an educator makes to bring learning within the reach of every learner in today’s diverse classrooms. More specifically, differentiated instruction is a decision-making process that guides the design of instructional lessons to support the mastery of standards-based curricular objectives for all students, to allow for differential learner outcomes, to energize the learning process for students and to provide appropriate levels of challenges or supports for those students who require them.
- Knowing the Curriculum
- Identifying Student Needs
- Evaluating How to Meet Student Needs
- Creating a Differentiated Environment
Teachers, paraprofessionals, administrators