Students come to school with an ever-increasing variance in academic levels, driving a higher need for personalized instruction.
There are three critical aspects of differentiated instruction successful leaders focus on:
- Content: What educators present to their students
- Process: How students make sense of information
- Product: How students show what they learned
Differentiating instruction, learning activities, and assessments help support each student’s unique learning needs, but at what cost to already overwhelmed teachers?
To avoid educator burnout, watch a panel of educators as they identify effective strategies and supports district administrators can provide that help teachers implement and manage best practice for differentiated instruction.
- Confront barriers teachers face with differentiated instruction
- Access resources and strategies for differentiating content, process, and product
- Learn how to grow teacher capacity for differentiation