Engaging All Learners!

Instructional Practices

In a diverse classroom, no single instructional practice can reach all learners.

Ensuring that all students are successful requires teachers to not only understand the specific learning needs of their students but be willing to plan for and create optimal learning Read More » opportunities and supports throughout the school day and across subject areas. Differentiated instruction and the principles of universal design for learning give educators ways of thinking and planning to better meet the learning needs of all students.

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