Our district practices Differentiated Instruction as a means of providing flexible learning that tailors to the individual student’s needs. We recognize that our student body is made up of a diverse and unique group. Through differentiation, each child can excel and grow using a more personalized plan based on assessment.
By using baseline assessments for each child, teachers can differentiate through content, environment, and process to provide a curriculum that works well for a student’s specific needs and learning style. Within one classroom, students can work in flexible groups and seating arrangements so that one teacher can cater to a diverse group.