Hi! Do any of you resource room teachers teach Writer's Workshop? Here's my situation: I'm at the elementary level. I have a group of 3 (sometimes 4) students that I see at the same time. One of the students is supposed to be doing "writer's workshop," while the other two are supposed to be working on individual goals & objectives. Yet, I'm supposed to be teaching all three students at the same time. They all have such different goals and objectives, and I feel like my "writer's workshop" student is so involved -- how do I meet the needs of all three learners at once? I'm sorry, for ranting and raving like a lunatic. (Clearly I'm in the middle of an emotional melt-down). How do you guys balance your instruction and individual work? Currently, I find that I am being made responsible for most of the general education curriculum/instruction my students are receiving. I feel like I'm struggling to find the time/balance of providing the instruction my "general curriculum" students need with the support and instruction my other students need. How far can you differentiate while still being effective? How is it that I am struggling so much with my differentiation?