I often use differentiated instruction in my classroom. I find it to be one of the best methods of reaching all my students - from low to high.
What are some differentiated instruction tips or strategies you like to use?
Technology has also helped with this goal. At my school, we have a program called Renzulli, which gears instruction to students based on a profile they create. You can view it at renzullilearning.com.
Great tip, thank you...I have never heard of this program.
I also think that differentiated learning is a great way to be more inclusive. There are so many ways to apply the general concept of DI. By using techniques like "compacting" , journaling, and grouping, students are able to work at individual levels that meet their unique needs. I love the flexibility for both the students and the instructor.