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Video: "Differentiating Instruction: It's Not as Hard as You Think"


In case you haven't seen it elsewhere, here is a new video that Katie Hull Sypnieski and I did with Education Week.

You might also be interested in the previous columns that have appeared in on Differentiating Instruction.

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