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How to Differentiate Instruction in Your Diverse Classrooms

We must admit that we have diverse students with varying abilities in each class we teach and teachers must modify their instruction to meet individual students’ readiness, levels, preferences, and interests.

In this case, differentiated instruction is badly required.

What Is Differentiated Instruction?

Differentiated Instruction is a teaching approach in which teachers adapt their instruction to their students’ differences. It is the teacher’s response to their learners’ needs.

What Classroom Elements That Should Be Differentiated?

There are four main classroom elements that teachers can adapt to their different students.

They are:

  1. Content.
  2. Process.
  3. Products.
  4. Learning environment.

But the question is:

How to adapt these elements?

Steps To Differentiate Instruction

There are four apparently simple steps to differentiate instruction in your diverse classrooms.

The question is:

What are they?

Differentiated Instructional Strategies

There is a range of differentiated instructional strategies the most important of which are the following four:

  1. Multiple Intelligences.
  2. Questioning Strategies.
  3. Using Potential Activities According to Bloom Taxonomy.
  4. Addressing Different Learning Styles.

The question is:

How to use them to differentiate instruction in diverse classrooms?

You can find answers to all the questions I asked earlier in the guide that I’ve recently published:

How to Differentiate Instruction in Your Diverse Classrooms

It is Your Guide to Differentiated Instructional Strategies and Examples

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2 thoughts on “How to Differentiate Instruction in Your Diverse Classrooms

  1. Ohhh thank you so much for this informative article. This is the first time I have read of differentiated instruction and I would like to appreciate how inclusive and diverse it is in terms of the learning strategies of students.

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