2.2 Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated instruction begins with identifying the learning styles and preferences of the students. Formative assessments are used to determine prior knowledge retention. Teachers use the students’ learning styles, learning preferences and the formative assessment feedback to select instructional strategies and learning activities best suited to engage students and encourage learning. Some students may need additional supports to be successful, and some students may need additional enrichment to move beyond the learning standards.

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