Hey, everybody! I hope you're all doing well. Oh my goodness, I just got back to my classroom today. I've been battling the flu FOR THE THIRD TIME THIS MONTH. Third time. I swear, next year, I'm getting flu shots. I knew I was in trouble the second my niece coughed in my face. Lol! I had a question about differentiation. We had a PLC meeting last week about Danielson. I'm not sure if you're familiar with it, but one of the principals said that what makes a great teacher is one who differentiates instruction, who gears it towards all the diverse learners in the classroom. I bought this lovely tool that can help me differentiate novels: https://www.teachersdiscovery.com/product/literary-tic-tac-toe-middle-school/english I'm not sure if I can use this for an observation, but do you know of any other ways I can provide differentiation? Thank you so much, everybody! Wishing you solidarity, strength, and a whole lotta Nyquil!