Concentrate not on what you will teach, but what your students will demonstrate after spending time with
Differentiating requires you to create different paths for students to take. Sometimes this requires you
to define "fairness" in a new way. It is important to establish the fact that each student brings a unique set of skills to
the class and a unique learning style.
Providing 3 or 4 different options in any given class is reasonable. Start with 2 if that is what you can
You will need to pre-assess your class, understand the differences in readiness,interest, learning style.
For teachers just beginning to differntiate, concentrate of varying the content or the product, possibly
the process, for each group of students in your class.
The goal is to present a students strengths and move forward from there.