Learn about the inclusionary practice of differentiated curriculum planning. This video covers (1) the basics of differentiated curriculum planning, (2) the importance of differentiated curriculum planning, (3) potential outcomes of differentiated curriculum planning, (4) important things to remember when engaging in the practice. The video also highlights a case study from Mark Twain Elementary in Kirkland, Washington which describes their practices and strategies while engaging in differentiated curriculum planning.
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UW Haring Center for Inclusive Education & UW Demosites
UW Demosites website and is a part of the Inclusive Practices Project in Washington State. The UW Demosites website is led by the UW Haring Center for Inclusion. <br> <br> The demonstration sites project was developed to provide educators from around the state with the opportunity to observe inclusionary practices in action, meet with school teams, collect artifacts that aid in systems-change, and learn about how to implement inclusionary practices in different school contexts. Our partnerships include urban schools, rural schools, and schools in some of our largest and smallest districts across Washington State.