Differentiation in education is the process of adapting teaching methods to meet the needs of all students in a classroom. This is important because it helps to ensure that all students have the opportunity to learn and succeed.

Differentiation can take many forms, such as providing different materials for different learning styles or abilities, modifying assignments to meet individual needs, or creating small groups for targeted instruction.

When differentiation is used effectively, it can help close the achievement gap and ensure that all students have a chance to reach their full potential.

Okay, we know it is essential, but it sometimes seems daunting. It doesn’t have to be, and I am here to help. So, let’s teach together!

Blog Posts

Here are some blog posts to help get you started today!

Differentiation doesn't have to be difficult. Let's discuss differentiating assessments and student products in three easy ways.
Learn how to differentiate instruction in the classroom according to interest
How to empower students based on their readiness to learn
Unlocking math success: How to teach according to learning profiles
Let's explore 3 differentiated examples of teaching grade level standards
Read to find 5 tips on creating differentiated classrooms where both students and teachers feel successful.


Read to find a quick and free win for differentiating place values
Use a fractions differentiation toolkit as one of your classroom differentiation strategies
Differentiate measurement activities easily with this toolkit
How to teach geometry with tools to maximize students success.


Here are some helpful resources to help you differentiate math in your upper-grade classroom.

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