Video Links on Specific DI Strategies

Compiled by Heather J. Pinedo-Burns, Ed. D.



Multiple Modes of Learning – Review of Three Ways of Approaching Differentiated Instruction (2.14)


Differentiating by Student Interest Strategies (7.35)


Tiered Assignments & Flexible Grouping (2.36)


Middle School Social Studies – Differentiating by Visual, Kinesthetic, & Oral Ways of Learning (3.28)


Cubing-DI & Scaffolding by Readiness –Social Studies (2.08)


Classroom Management Strategies (2.16)


Learning Menus as DI Strategy-Pacing & Learning Process (4.59)


Think Blocks Strategy – Social Studies 5th Grade (2.37)


Think Dots-ELA HS (4.47)


Stations in Middle Scoool ELA (13.54)


DI-Building Community Middle Sch0ol ELA-(6.00)


DI Student Interest & Modes of Learning (2.14)


Maximizing Instructional Time Strategies– &th Science (5.44)


8th Grade Social Studies – Inquiry & Primary Sources 7.07)


Blended Learning-Online Content & Face-to-Face Teaching HS Various Subjects (5.15)


Design Thinking-Emphasizing Process (5.15)


Stations Kinesthetic (3.59)


New Teacher Survival Guide-DI Lesson Plans (11.50)-Science HS


Science – Space Readiness (5.14)


Science – stations by process –learning style and students choice of stations (5.01)


Station Rotation-Differentiation Elementary Ed –Grouping by Ability & Modality of Learning (5.15)


Games as Instructional Tool-Management (2.48)


Tiered Instruction-Middle School Math (7.43)


Strategies in a Middle School Math ESL Class-Flexible Grouping (7.09)


Differentiation-An Introduction-the Who, What, & Why-Upper Elementary Ed


Continuous Assessment-Elementary School (3.03)


Multi-Tiered Approach-Elementary School (5.54)


5th Grade-I Choose Small Group Time-School Wide Plan (4.45)


Middle School Social Studies DI Group Work (long video) (8.14)


Engaging High Achievers-Upper Elementary School (14.35)


Problem Based Learning (23.29)


Dr. Carol Ann Tomlinson Talk on DI (33.48)


Ted Talk-Differentiation & Math Mindset (14.34)