*This list is in alphabetical order
10 Sites for Differentiated Instruction
- BrainNook - A wonderful site/apps for Math and Language Arts that generates detailed common-core aligned reports allowing educators to set assignments targeting students weak areas or areas for improvement.
- Clever Island - A fantastic site that covers a wide range of subjects: Math, Reading, Science, etc. Also, CI is geared for students to learn at their own pace as well adapt to children's different learning styles.
- Gummii - An innovative site (private alpha)/app for different areas of Math (fractions, addition, subtraction). Gummi immerses students into a educational 3D world (similar to Minecraft) where they solve mathematical equations tailored to differentiated instruction.
- Infuse Learning - A terrific site/app that enables educators to create an educational environment tailored to meet the different needs of their students. Also, IL has seamless integration w/ BYOD and mobile learning.
- IXL - One of the most popular sites around for Math that allows for student tracking w/ detailed reporting. Also, w/ the ability to track student "trouble" areas a teacher can adjust their teaching (differentiation) to help meet the needs of their students.
- No Red Ink - One of my favorite sites for helping students w/ Grammar and Writing skills. NRI uses differentiated instruction to help students w/ problem areas and adjust accordingly. Also, teachers can track students and generate detailed reports.
- Power My Learning - A great way for educators to differentiate instruction by customizing the learning experience for students using Power My Learning.
- TenMarks - A common core aligned program for Math (grades 1st-10th) that uses differentiated instruction to help students learn.
- ZooWhiz - A fantastic site aligned to educational curriculums in a wide variety of subjects (Math, Grammar, Vocab, etc.). ZW offers details progress reports that helps assess students learning needs.
- Zondle - A great site that interacts w/ Edmodo where educators can create educational games for individual or whole-class learning.