Differentiated instruction is a flexible and individual approach to instruction. It’s the way in which a teacher satisfies the needs of students within the classroom. Not all students in a classroom learn a subject in the same way or share the same level of ability. There are low achievers and gifted students that the teacher should be aware of, and make sure to help with all the different needs from both groups of students. Differentiated instruction is necessary to the success of students who have special needs. In order to address a variety of learning abilities and learning styles in the classroom, Miss. Al-Haiki uses many ways to help her students, for example, a workshop approach, which helps students with math, reading, and writing.