Differentiating Instruction to meet the needs of ALL Learners

📚I remember my first year teaching; I would hear the word differentiation or differentiate instruction. I was clueless to what that actually meant; unfortunately, I had no one modeling how to do this or help me understand what it meant.

📚Heads up: No, I did not take the traditional route to teach. My undergraduate degree was in Biology, not education. This is a challenge that many new teachers encounter that choose an alternative teaching route. •

📚Feel free to use the following resource (Bracey Teaching Resource (2)) as a guide to implementing activities that speak to the different learning styles present in your class.
#learningstyles #differentiation #teachingstrategies
#elementaryed #secondaryed #curriculuminstruction

Published by Andrea Pickens and Associates, LLC

Greetings: My name is Andrea S. Pickens; I have several years of experience in education and youth development all of which include teaching and leading youth in under-resourced and economically disadvantaged communities. I believe that it is critical to the academic and over success of our youth to have proper academic and social-emotional support. This support is often found in schools and after-school programs that intervene by providing tutoring/enrichment services and are equipped with effective teachers and leaders. My belief is that each child can learn, but not all children learn the same; diversity and equity is crucial to youth development. It is my mission as an educator, entrepreneur, and servant-leader to equip and empower others in youth development and education to reach our youth beyond the secondary classroom. Yours in Education, Andrea S. Pickens, M.Ed

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