Topic of the Month – February

The Differentiating Instruction section of TATS Rock Your Classroom provides helpful resources for developing strategies for planning and implementing instruction that meets the needs of each and every child.

The section on Differentiating Instruction  includes the following links to information related to planning, implementing strategies for addressing the needs of students, as well as information related to progress monitoring. Note that Rock Your Classroom indicators and practices closely related to Child Outcomes Summary processes are indicated in red text.

Topics focus on the following sections of differentiated instruction listed and linked below:


Remember, your TATS’ Regional Facilitators and staff are available to assist you as you move forward to begin a year of learning opportunities for the children in your classrooms.


Check out the TATS Calendar for information about Professional Learning opportunities. Link on the Calendar Icon in the top menu bar on the TATS home webpage or on the calendar image shown here.

The February Learning Community topic is Differentiating Instruction and it provides an opportunity to learn and to share ideas.

Check the calendar for other focus topic meetings and professional learning opportunities.

Of particular note are the following documents which provide guidance related to specific considerations that are important in planning and progress monitoring: