Improve student engagement through differentiated instruction and articulation.
What is Differentiated Instruction?
Differentiated instruction (sometimes referred to as differentiated learning) is a way of thinking about teaching and learning. Differentiated instruction occurs in four areas: content, process, product, and environment. Teachers who build differentiated instruction in their classrooms enable all students to learn effectively and to their fullest potential, regardless of differences in ability. Click here for more...
What is Articulation?
Articulation is the means by which teachers collaborate in our district. Teams of like-grade level teachers meet, plan, and collaborate about curriculum and best practices. Additionally, the teams of teachers both above and below their grade level collaborate to ensure no gaps in the curriculum as students move along the learning continuum. This process strengthens our teaching corps and engages all teachers in the best interest of our students!