49:31 min.

Implementing Differentiated Instruction with Active STEM Learning

  • STEM
  • Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Technology


As an educator, you understand that every student you work with is unique and requires a unique approach to maximize her potential. You also know how difficult that is when you have dozens of students at any one time. Join TGR Foundation experts as they discuss why creating a student-centered, active learning environment is conducive to achieving individualized learning goals for all students, no matter their level. Learn practical techniques and strategies that help convert classrooms from traditional, teacher-centered environments to ones that empower students to be active in the learning. In doing so – and being intentional about setting up your classroom and lessons – all students can make real progress toward their learning goals and intended outcomes.

Student Will Learn

  • 21st Century Skills
    • Collaboration
    • Communication
    • Critical Thinking
    • Creativity
  • Design Principles
    • Defining the Problem
    • Designing Solutions
    • Creating or Prototyping
    • Refine or Improve
    • Communicating Results


  • Understand how to employ a differentiated mindset when teaching STEM
  • Identify opportunities to differentiate with students in the classroom
  • Build specific strategies to differentiate project-based learning lessons
  • Observe a model lesson – Project Pipeline – highlighting strategies that incorporate differentiated instruction