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Everything You Wanted to Know About Differentiation, But Were Afraid to Ask

My colleague and co-author Katie Hull and I worked with Ed Week Teacher last fall to create a popular animated video introducing differentiated instruction.

Then, Ed Week send a videographer to our classrooms to do some filming and create two more: one on differentiating instruction for English-language learners and the other on providing advice for how all teachers can plan ahead to differentiate.

Ed Week just published those two new videos under the title How to Differentiate Instruction (Without Losing Your Mind) and at Differentiated Instruction: How to Make Lessons Accessible for All: A Video Series. Each of those links has additional resources, along with the videos.

And the three videos are also embedded below.

To learn even more about the topic, you can explore many previous posts in this column at Differentiating Instruction, as well as nine curated lists of resources on specific aspects of differentiation that I've curated at my Websites Of The Day blog.

Hope you find all of these helpful!

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