Laura Hansen
Sat Sep 6, 2014 22:06

Differentiation is a constant struggle. It is difficult to plan and try to meet the needs of all your students. I think some teachers think that EC teachers don't struggle as much with this. I can assure you it is still a struggle. My small groups are often limited by scheduling and I end up with students at multiple levels for small group reading instruction. It is definitely a struggle to try and meet all of their needs. I don't know that there is one good answer out there. I think instead it is a matter of finding what works for each individual situation. Sometimes, I think it takes some "out of the box" thinking too. I think this is a great area to look at with teacher research to try and discover ways to make differentiation "work" in your classroom.

  • Potential Areas of Research - kimeljk, Fri Sep 5 15:51
    Topics for Research 1. Addressing struggling readers, on grade level readers, and above grade level readers all at the same time. 2. Teaching a student with Aspergerís or a student with Autism 3. How ... more
    • Differentiation - Laura Hansen, Sat Sep 6 22:06
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