Differentiated instruction begins with a core belief that all students can learn. Educators everywhere are striving to raise standards and expectations for all students. At the same time, schools and classrooms are becoming more diverse and inclusive. Identifying and responding to students unique learning needs has become both essential and extremely challenging. Differentiating instruction is a tool that can help teachers rise to this challenge. The teachers featured in this issue have a common understanding that there is not a single strategy for teaching mathematics and science that works for all learners. However, differentiating instruction does not mean coming up with individual lesson plans for each student. The articles that follow demonstrate how teachers find multiple ways to draw students into content and provide multiple ways for students to master concepts and skills.


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