Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated Instruction

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I am pleased to announce that, as the owner of this group, I have just switched us to an open discussion group. All future discussions will be fully visible, searchable, and shareable on the Web. All past discussions are now closed in a members-only archive. I look forward to our future discussions now joining the broader conversation of the wider Web.

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  • January 15, 2011
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  • Leslie F.


    Leslie F.


    How to instruct different students differently; very difficult for most, especially without the proper guidance!
    I find that the willingness to learn yourself(about students and they way they learn) is one of the most important ingredient!

  • Janice L.


    Janice L.

    College Prep, Gifted & Talented and Computers Instructor at KCPS

    I am very interested in this group. At the National Association of Gifted in 2009, I was a National presenter for Differentiated Instructions for Gifted and using Technology and DIS Gifted students with regular students in a classroom (Presented for NAGC, GAM, GEM Day, MoreNet, and TechNet). I hope to study and learn more from your group.

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