By address student readiness,
interests, and learning styles, teachers can differentiate
the curriculum through content, process, and product.
to the knowledge and skills students are to learn.
Differentiating content requires that students be pre-tested.
Some students require direct instruction while other students who
already understand the concept can quickly become engaged in
accelerated studies, independent learning, or experiments and inquiries.
- Tiered Lessons
- Learning Centers and
- Independent Study
refers to student engagement. Students are provided with
alternative strategies for processing information.
- Graphic Organizers
- Venn Diagrams
- Concept Webs
to student engagement. The complexity of the product is varied
so that students are challenged. Students become motivated when
they are offered a choice in the product they create.