By Kristen Koppers

Learning how to differentiate learning starts with modifications to current assignments. It all begins with knowing the students’ needs and interests while giving them the opportunities to take ownership of their work. In this text, the author focuses on how the use of interdisciplinary units and collaboration connects educators together to share a common goal of focusing on student achievement. Learning how to differentiate shouldnʼt involve hours of recreating assignments. Differentiated Instruction in the Teaching Profession is an innovative way to use critical thinking skills to create strategies to help all students succeed. This book is for educators of all levels who want to take the next step into differentiating their instruction.



Kristen Koppers is a blogger, presenter, author, and high school educator as well as an adjunct teacher at the local junior college. She has been teaching for more than fifteen years and is currently teaching high school English in Illinois. She is a Google Certified Level 1 Educator and National Board Certified Teacher. Kristen has a Master of Arts degree in English and a second Master of Arts degree in Educational Administration. Kristen wrote the book Differentiated Instruction in the Teaching Profession as a way to share her ideas of how to use Differentiated Instruction inside the classroom. As an educator, it is important to find innovative ways to meet the needs of her students. Kristen is often on Twitter (@Mrs_Koppers) participating in chats and collaborating with other educators. It’s easy to share DI ideas on Twitter (#DITeaching).