Differentiating Common Core Mathematics Instruction

by Math Solutions Professional Learning Team, May 09th, 2013

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This course helps teachers understand what it means to support all students by differentiating three aspects of the math curriculum—content, process, and product. Teachers examine a variety of approaches that help them make instructional adjustments to content, provide activities that address how different students learn, and offer a variety of ways for students to demonstrate what they’ve learned.


  • Experience and analyze strategies to adapt classroom practices that address the wide range of learners in classrooms and make learning accessible for all students
  • Gather and use information about what students already know, their interests, and how they best learn
  • Choose, analyze, and adjust tasks to accommodate students’ varying levels of readiness
  • Experience a classroom atmosphere that stimulates and supports students’ learning of mathematics

Target Audience: Teachers and Math Coaches
Grades: K–2, K–5, 3–5
Format: Two-Day
Product: #555520



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