This article explains and highlights differentiated instruction. This technique is nothing new, but is extremely important to the eager individual willing to learn, and to teachers who provide a great service to their classrooms. The article touches on the fact that the teacher must be directly involved to practice differentiated instruction correctly. This practice could be for any number of reasons, but we do know one thing, it provides students a way to learn that meets their individual needs. Students often are a diverse bunch with different needs, skill levels, language abilities, etc. Finding strengths, weaknesses, and helping our students becomes a big part of differentiated instruction. I previously had not known how many factors go into this, but have always known the technique to be a great help to both teachers and their pupils.

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