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Welcome to the Yukon Education Mathematics Differentiated Instruction Wiki

This wiki is brought to you by Ms. Paula Thompson, Mathematics Consultant and the educators in the Yukon Territory, Canada. It is hoped that this wiki will help you to differentiate mathematics instruction. The framework for this wiki is based on "Responding to the Needs of All Learners" by Carol Ann Tomlinson.

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Differentiated Instruction

is a teacher's response to learners needs.

These teacher responses to learners needs are guided by:

The general principles of differentiation instruction include:

Educators can differentiate instruction through:

This can be done according to students:

Through a variety of:

Resources Not Specific to Mathematics (General)

Professional Learning Guide Differentiated Instruction (ON)

Language-Rich Classroom: A Research-Based Framework for Teaching English-Language Learners

Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development's (ASCD) book "Language-Rich Classroom" provides a schoolwide framework to help all English-language learners reach their full potential. The book aims to empower all teachers - even those with no formal training in ESL - with a research-based approach. To help teachers use this framework right away, the authors include field-tested unit and lesson-planning worksheets, assessment logs and instructional steps.

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