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{Mini-Series} Tips for Differentiating in the Classroom: Be Discreet...but also open


Teachers - I've got one more quick tip (more like a pep talk, really) for you to round out our mini-series on differentiating in the classroom.  

But first, if you missed the other tips, find them here:
Tip 1:  Get to Know Your Audience
Tip 2:  Plan Ahead...But Be Flexible
Tip 3:  Mix It Up & Be Responsive

And now - the last tip.  It's simple, but important:
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{Mini-Series} Tips for Differentiating in the Classroom: Mix It Up & Be Responsive


Welcome back to part 3 of this mini series on quick tips for differentiating in the classroom.

If you missed the first two parts, you can catch them here:
Tip 1:  Get to Know Your Audience
Tip 2:  Plan Ahead...But Be Flexible

Once you're all caught up, let's continue...
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{Mini-Series} Tips for Differentiating in the Classroom: Plan Ahead, But Be Flexible


Welcome back to this mini series with quick tips for differentiation in the classroom.

If you missed last week about getting to know your audience to help you start the process to differentiating in your classroom, you can read up about it here.

Now on to this week's quick tip>>

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{Mini-Series} Tips for Differentiating in the Classroom: Get to Know Your Audience


If there's one buzz word that is constantly coming up in education today it's this:  Differentiation

When it comes to education, one size does not fit all. Each student is unique and learns in a distinct way. So it’s our job to tailor our teaching to appeal to those unique kids and their distinctive ways.

Easier said than done, right? After all, you may have upwards of 25 kids in your class, while there’s just one of you.

There’s no doubt that differentiating is a challenge, especially when you teach multiple subjects. But your efforts to customize your instruction are key to reaching all your students, from the most gifted to the most struggling learners. Without it, you risk boring some and confusing others.


The question is, how?  

Over the next few weeks I am going to give you some insight into HOW to effectively differentiate your instruction.  Each week I'll share a quick tip that you can hopefully take, implement, and see results!

Let's get started!
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