Differentiation in the Elementary Classroom
Ensuring Success for all Children
Know Your Students' Strength

Effective differentiation starts with knowing your students' strengths and interests. Formative assessments and surveys help an educator to construct lessons that meet the needs of those in the classroom. Often we gatherdata about the content and skill areas where a student struggles but this data lacks a true view of the student. By drawing from one academic strength, a student builds the confidence needed to take on deficient skills.