## DIFFERENTIATION

Differentiation can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be. These blog posts help you explore “everything differentiation” so that you can implement it in your classroom to meet the needs of every. single. student. without pulling your hair out.

DON'T MISS THESE BLOG POSTS

### Rethinking Games in the Classroom

Why can’t students learn their multiplication facts? There’s only 144 to learn, right? It’s not a complicated chart and it seems relatively easy with a

### 1 HUGE Mistake You May Be Making with Project-Based Learning

Projects can be a ton of fun for both you and your students–it’s no secret. That’s why project-based learning is such a hit! But how

### 5 Essential & Easy Ways to Represent Math Ideas

Every day, you present new math ideas to students. From strategies to solutions to entirely new concepts, your kiddos can’t escape learning about math ideas

### Let’s Talk: 5 Worthwhile Ways to Supercharge Student Discourse

Students like to chat–it’s a fact of life. In the hallways, during transitions, while lining up: they’ll chat anywhere! Except, of course, when you’re trying

### The Plane Truth on Polygon Misconceptions and Strategies to Fix Them

Geometry is a subject that can be fascinating for upper elementary students. But sometimes it can be challenging too. Some children can’t wrap their heads

### Math is Fun Again: 10 Engaging Math Activities for Upper Elementary Students

It can grow tiring using the same math activities over and over that don’t engage your upper elementary students like they once did. With trends

### 7 Tips for Mastering Word Problems

I have a word problem for you: There was this girl who was given well over 100 math word problems in her lifetime. She learned

### 20 End of the Year Activities to Engage Your Students

Let’s face it. At the end of the year, your students have high energy and are super excited that school is about to end. And

### 6 Things You Need to Do When Student Testing

Regardless of whether your school is teaching virtual, in-person, or somewhere in-between, there are still school districts that are testing their students. Maybe these districts

### Engaging Ways to Teach Equivalent Fractions Virtually

Teaching equivalent fractions is no easy feat, and when you throw in the thought of having to teach it online remotely, one’s brain begins to

### Strategies to Present New Material During Online Learning

Your students are headed back to school, and this time online learning is all about learning new grade-level content. For teachers participating in online learning,