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Differentiated Instruction Basics - Chapter Summary
Mobile-friendly and concise, these lessons can quickly expand your knowledge of differentiated instruction basics. Our instructors review differentiated instruction as it relates to adapting the learning environment to the needs of students. After reviewing the lessons, you should be ready to:
- Provide an overview of differentiated instruction in reading
- Explain what it means to meet student needs in the classroom
- Outline methods used to differentiate writing instruction
- Recall ways to adapt the learning environment for students
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1. Meeting Student Needs in the Classroom
Effective teachers design curriculum and learning activities with individual student needs in mind. This lesson details how students' needs, backgrounds, perspectives, and interests can be reflected in a learning program.
2. Differentiated Instruction in Reading
Differentiated instruction is a common term in the educational world. This lesson describes three different ways a reading teacher can differentiate instruction so that all students can be successful.
3. How to Differentiate Writing Instruction for Students
How can teachers reach all learners during writing instruction? This lesson highlights several strategies to differentiate writing instruction and gives examples of how each is used in the classroom.
4. Differentiated Instruction: Adapting the Learning Environment for Students
Differentiated instruction is a great strategy that teachers use to accommodate a wide variety of learning needs. In this lesson, we discuss differentiated instruction and identify which aspects of the classroom can be differentiated.
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