Differentiated Instruction- The Nuts and Bolts of It
DI is a foundation of classroom instruction that will allow teachers to stop teaching to the middle and start teaching in a reflective professional way. The tenets of DI practices are easy to understand but implementation is something teachers need help with. This session is a overview of the DI concept along with practical strategies and examples of the components in the classroom from flexible grouping to exit tickets. Teachers will listen, learn, and collaborate about the ins and outs of creating opportunities for learning using DI.