Differentiated Learning

Demonstrates a recognition of individual differences in students and is responsive to these differences by including various practices such as flexible groupings, a range of ways for students to demonstrate learning, scaffolded support and making thinking visible in order to address varying needs.

Some examples of how I have demonstrated this throughout my career are:

  • Creation of IPPs
  • Chunking assignments
  • Modifying tasks
  • Scribing
  • Use of technology to support needs of students
  • Small group instruction
  • Themed learning lunches
  • Assessment through conversation
  • Design thinking scaffolded for kindergarten
  • Creation of inquiry projects to meet students at their own levels
  • Creation of projects for learning at each student level
  • Ability to modify and adapt projects and work to match needs of all learners


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