Elements to be Differentiated


  • Addresses the same concepts of instruction but is adjusted by degree of complexity for different learners.
  • Objectives are written in incremental steps. This allows for different entry points


  • Flexible grouping is consistently used this includes small group pairing and whole groups
  • Grouping is not fixed but is dynamic based on content, project and on going evaluations.


  • Each student task will be interesting and engaging.
  • Each child will be challenged most of the time.
  • A well designed student product allows for varied expression, alternative procedures, and provides varying degrees of difficulty, types of evaluation and scoring.

LINKS for more information:

Anchoring Activities

Activities are designed so students are continually engaged in meaningful practice of skills

Understanding Anchor Activities

Learning Styles Interactive Test

Interactive online Learning Styles "test"

What Type of Learner are You?

Learning Styles/Multiple Intelligences Inventories

Multiple Intelligences Test - Identify your top intelligence

Project Based Learning

What is Project Based Learning?

Teaching Strategies

What Does An Inclusive Classroom Look Like?


Tools for Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated Instruction Resources

Remote Learning Resources