Making B’nai Mitzvah Meaningful for all Students Quiz You have not taken this lesson's quiz yet Differentiated Instruction means:  Focusing on the learning styles that reflect the majority of your students. Utilizing different styles regarding content, process and product. Implementing a class-wide behavior management system. 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:  20-25% of students struggle with a learning issue. 15-20% of students struggle with a learning issue. Statistics are not available on this issue - it's difficult to approximate. 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:  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. Drawing the target around the child rather than the other way around. Ensuring all Education Directors complete a MA in Special Education.