Differentiating Math Instruction: A Path Forward

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Providing differentiated instruction and practice is essential to students’ success in math. But if you’re like most educators, you may find yourself wondering how to differentiate most effectively—especially when students are struggling.

Watch this webinar to explore new research on the expanding math proficiency gap, along with strategies for strategically addressing this gap at the district, school, and classroom levels.

You’ll map your path forward for the year ahead by understanding how to:
  • Ensure all students receive both grade-appropriate instruction and opportunities to bolster critical prerequisite knowledge
  • Focus instruction and practice on the most essential math skills at each grade level
  • Better engage every learner with content that meets their differentiated needs
  • Take a system-level, data-driven approach to differentiation that accelerates growth for all students


Julie VogelJulie Vogel, Ph.D.
National Education Officer, Renaissance

Julie Vogel was formerly Superintendent of Schools in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, TX, and Director of Instructional Services in the Diocese of Portland, OR. She is also a former K–8 teacher, building principal, college professor, and associate dean.

Jennifer Chintala

Jennifer Chintala 
Go-To-Market Readiness Lead for Mathematics, Renaissance

Jennifer Chintala was formerly a high school math teacher and K–8 district math curriculum supervisor. She is committed to delivering high-quality instructional materials to elevate student success in mathematics.