Editor’s Roundtable: Differentiated instruction to the rescue!by: Inez Liftig

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Differentiated Instruction (DI) is an ongoing practice: teachers intentionally and systematically discover and plan lessons around the strengths, needs, prior knowledge, and attitudes of their students. Teachers must routinely consider not just the “what” of their lessons, but also the how, why, and for whom. This issue of Science Scope features summaries of how teachers have successfully differentiated instruction within their classrooms.

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  • on Sun Jan 02, 2011 12:19 AM

It was very encouraging but it did give any detailed examples about the activities that could be used when you are differentiating.

Nikki T
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