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A WritingFix Workshop: Differentiating Writing Instruction
sharing lessons and resources from Northern Nevada teacher workshops

Thank you for your interest in differentiated instruction. You've found the page we're developing during the 2010-2011 school year based on one of our most successful inservice workshops: Differentiated Instruction and the Writing Classroom.

Coming soon: lessons, resources, and write-ups from writing instructors who also focus on the elements of differentiated instruction! Check back with us soon!

 

Differentiaing Content
Differentiating for Student Readiness
   

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Differentiating Formative Assessments
Differentiating Summative Assessments
   

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Differentiating for Student Interest
Differentiating for Learning Profiles
   

 

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