Educator: Four ideas for differentiating classroom lessons

12/14/2011 | Edutopia.org

Former New York City teacher Marisa Kaplan, who is certified in special education, in this blog post discusses four ways in which a lesson can be differentiated to meet individual students' needs. Kaplan uses a sample lesson on communities to explain how to differentiate instruction by content, method of delivery, resources and products, with the end result being a lesson tailored in simple ways to help students learn.

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