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Differentiated Instruction Resources

 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL

Differentiation for Special Needs Learners

Building Responsibility for Learning in Students with Special Needs

Planning Strategies for Students with Special Needs: A Professional Development Activity

Differentiating the Curriculum for Elementary Gifted Mathematics Students

Using Children's Literature to Differentiate Instruction in the Mathematics Classroom

Using Student Work to Learn about Teaching

More Than just Number

Children Generate Their Own Representations

Highlighted Activity -Concentration

Teaching Strategies for "Algebra for All"

Teacher-Orchestrated Classroom Arguments

Focusing on Students' Mathematical Thinking

Rethinking the Teaching of Systems of Equations

Rare and Exotic Probability Bugs

Empowering Students through Data

Learning from Students’ Thinking

Storytelling adds Meaning

Highlighted Activity - Graphs from the Unit Circle

MIDDLE SCHOOL

RESEARCH

Differentiating Instruction in Mathematics for the English Language Learner

Anchored Learning in Context

Why Students with Special Needs Have Difficulty Learning Mathematics and What Teachers Can Do to Help

Promoting Mathematics Accessibility through Multiple Representations Jigsaws

Student Representations at the Center: Promoting Classroom Equity

Dynamic Concrete Instruction in an Inclusive Classroom

Using Tiered Lessons in Mathematics

Strategies for Helping Students Who Have Learning Disabilities in Mathematics

The Gifted Student

Representations from the Real World

Talking and Writing in the Classroom

Highlighted Activity - Area Contractor

Effective Strategies for Teaching Students with Difficulties in Mathematics

What Are the Characteristics of Students with Learning Difficulties in Mathematics?

Language Development and Concept Flexibility in Dyscalculia: A Case Study

Problem Solving as a Means Toward Mathematics for All: An Exploratory Look Through a Class Lens

Pedagogical Content Tools: Integrating Student Reasoning and Mathematics in Instruction

 

 

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