Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated instruction is not a single strategy but rather a framework that teachers can use to implement a variety of strategies, many of which are evidence-based. These evidence-based strategies include:

Employing effective classroom management procedures
Grouping students for instruction (especially students with significant learning problems)
Assessing readiness
Teaching to the student’s zone of proximal development

What is differentiated instruction?
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