Addressing Students'Individual Learning Needs
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8, 9–12
How do you ensure that you're meeting the needs of each of your students? Five veteran teachers share their own strategies for reaching individual learners' needs and supporting a variety of skill levels while maintain order and staying on track with their curriculum. Click the links below to get a snapshot of differentiated instruction in their classrooms.
Kindergarten teacher Jeremy Brunaccioni says that the best way he's found to reach all students is to use a multi-sensory approach that incorporates movements, crafts, reading, and hands-on activities.
Jill White, currently a first grade G&T teacher, shares with new teachers her experience working with a wide range of student abilities. Here, she explains how technology and other strategies have helped her support all students.
Strategies to help you integrate basic differentiation into your classroom
Third grade teacher Marissa Ochoa shares ideas on meeting students'individual needs. New and first year teachers will learn how to challenge their students to stretch their reading skills.