Isn't DI just for special needs learners?


No. Differentiating the curriculum benefits all types of learners. As Dr. Carol Tomlinson stated in her book 'How to differentiate instruction in mixed-ability classrooms': What we share in common makes us human. How we differ makes us individuals. So the teachers whose goal is to have a more responsive heterogeneous classrooms, differentiate their instructions.

Take a look at this wonderful video which explains the importance and need of differentiated instruction.






Here is an article by Kathy Collins: **A Thanksgiving Take on Differentiating Instruction** which explains the significance of differentiated instruction.

If you want to find out the five main reasons for differentiating instructions then please watch this video!





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