This Power Point presentation explains Differentiated Instruction by using an analogy comparing what a teacher does to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of the students in the classroom to what a gardener does tending his crops in a garden. The presentation discusses how both the teacher and the gardener modifies the content, the process, and the product to attend to student and crop differences to help all grow, succeed, and flourish. The power point provides strategies for modifying the content, process, and product. It also includes a scenario of what it may look like to use differentiated instruction in the classroom. You can use this power point to explain why you differentiate instruction to the students in your class, or to parents. This presentation includes animations and transitions.