My new book is available!

First, I want to say “thank you” to all of the people who visit the site each day to access the hundreds of ideas that have been catalogued here. I am very pleased to know that you are finding the information valuable. I am also very happy to announce that the creation of this site […]

Enjoy Your Break!

Hope you are taking a well-deserved break right about now. I am taking some time off as well both to relax and to find some great new ideas for all of you. I’ll be back in two weeks and will be finish out April by featuring two weeks of ideas on differentiating for students with […]

FUN FRIDAY: Creative cell models

Before today, I had not featured any lessons from Math, Science, Social Studies…Oh My, but I am sure I will be going back for more after discovering this top-notch post about student 3-D cell projects. Amy Alvis, a creative middle school teacher, blogs about several different subject areas on her site. You will love her detailed descriptions of [Read more…]

We are updating Differentiation Daily!

If you haven’t noticed, Differentatiation Daily is get a makeover.  Over the next couple of days, all of the posts from January, February, and March will be migrated to the new site, and all of the April posts will start appearing shortly after. Thank you for your patience, and I hope you will enjoy the […]

TODD’S TECH TUESDAY: Budget-friendly ways to include interactive technology

With so many technological advances but finite resources to access them, it is important to know about the best free resources and classroom applications.  For some great ideas and resources, check out Lesson Planet. You will find many tools for differentiating and meeting the needs of diverse learners including virtual field trips, free music, and […]