Differentiating instruction is doing what's fair and developmentally appropriate for students. It's a collection of best practices
strategically employed to maximize students' learning at every turn, including giving them the tools to handle anything that is
undifferentiated. It requires us to do different things for different students some, or a lot, of the time. It's whatever works to advance
the student. It's highly effective teaching.
- Wormeli, Rick "Busting Myths About Differentiated Instruction"