10 Ways to Differentiate Learning

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This post from Edna Sackson at “What Ed Said” succinctly advises on changes that can be made by the teacher to differentiate learning in the classroom.  The hardest one for me, but the one that has made the most difference in my years of teaching, has been the first suggestion, “Let go.”  I have to say, though, that I tried to pick the most vital advice out of the list of 10, and could not prioritize them.  They are all important, in my estimation, for every classroom – even if you are homeschooling a class of one!

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