Differentiated Instruction - what is it?
Differentiated Instruction is a variety of tools used to help students learn in a more valued way. It allows students to have more flexability in their assignments and what they are learning, thus making the material more interesting to them. It is a way to engage all learners.
How can it work at the High School Level?
There are a variety of different instructional tools to help teachers differentiatiate their learning at all levels. See the links section for ideas.
What can be done in the High School Math Classroom?
Of course it can! WIth a little creativeness, and letting go of full control it can be done.
What tools can I use?
There are so many tools and resources out there to access. A list can be found under my links section above!
Visit these links for some additional ideas.