Making B’nai Mitzvah Meaningful for all Students Quiz You have not taken this lesson's quiz yet Differentiated Instruction means:  Utilizing different styles regarding content, process and product. Implementing a class-wide behavior management system. Focusing on the learning styles that reflect the majority of your students. Taking into account the teacher's preferred learning style. My favorite example of something my congregation can easily apply from ideas provided in this webinar is:  Try to figure out ways to keep students engaged post-B'nai Mitzvah. Implement a community service aspect of the B'nai Mitzvah process. Meet with families to co-plan a B'nai Mitzvah experience. Meet with students' public school teachers to learn more about student's strengths and weaknesses. National statistics suggest:  Statistics are not available on this issue - it's difficult to approximate. 15-20% of students struggle with a learning issue. 20-25% of students struggle with a learning issue. Statistically, rates are higher in the Jewish population than they are in the general population. One of the overarching themes of this webinar could be described as:  Ensuring all Education Directors complete a MA in Special Education. Drawing the target around the child rather than the other way around. Drawing goals as the center of the target and trying to fit the child into those goals. Ensuring B'nai Mitzvah students complete a minimum requirement.