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Understanding Differentiated Instruction

I've noticed in the last few years that some teachers sometimes struggle with the concept of differentiated instruction. It is a skill I believe I've mastered early on and I credit this to my experience in the School District of Philadelphia. For several years I would receive students at the beginning of the year with very diverse academic abilities. When I taught 4th grade, I remember my lowest group would be made up of beginner readers and my highest group could range from 4th to 6th grade. I truly wanted all of my students to succeed. Additionally, I was haunted by the inevitable standardized tests that would be administered to every student in ...