How to Overcome Common Anxieties About Differentiation

This post was originally published on Corwin Connect.

In my work with teachers across the country on differentiating instruction, it appears that when it comes to differentiation, teachers fall into one of three categories:

teachers who want to differentiate instruction for their students but don’t know how teachers who have tried to differentiate for their students and “give-up” because they found differentiating instruction was too time-consuming, didn’t produce their desired results, or they faced some other insurmountable obstacle teachers who are masterful at differentiating instruction, yet still feel like they aren’t doing it “right”

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