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The Differentiated Instruction

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Mylene Sicat

on 27 October 2014

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Learn to embrace the differences within your classroom, and you will find that your students will soon learn to embrace you.
Cultures in Harmony
https://brandman.blackboard.com/bbcswebdav/pid-6687535-dt-content-rid-8553040_2/courses/OL-201511-EDCI-631-OL1/Culture-in-Harmony_Wk-2.pdf
Visual-Spatial, Bodily Kinesthetic, Musical, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, Linguistic, Logical-Mathematical
Work with colleagues to develop and share relevant knowledge about students' cultures
Annenburg Video on Demand – Teaching Foreign Languages K-12 Workshop #6. Valuing Diversity in Learners
The Differentiated Instruction
by Mylene Sicat & Teresa Cowan-Fayter

http://bcove.me/5sn695dl
Differentiated Instruction Strategies

Choral Response: ask questions whole class.

Exit Cards: teacher asks questions before students leave and have them write the answer.

Inside-Outside Circle: half the class makes a circle facing out. Other half makes a circle facing the inside circle. They ask each other review questions then rotate in the same direction.
Multiple Intelligences
http://www.learner.org/workshops/tfl/session_06/analyze.html?pop=yes&pid=211
Music and Dance Drive
Academic Achievement
ELL Using Targeted Interventions In Mathematics - Common Core Standards

Differentiate Instruction Using Choice Boards
Another Excerpt From a Visit to Differentiated Classroom
http://www.learner.org/workshops/hsarts/program3/
The Art Of Teaching the Arts
http://www.learner.org/libraries/connectarts68/03_dance/03program_video.html#
http://www.learner.org/resources/series165.html#
http://www.learner.org/libraries/connectarts68/09_folktales/09program_connecting.htm
http://www.learner.org/libraries/connectarts68/09_folktales/09program_connecting.htm
Differentiated Instructions are created by Differentiated Teachers for Various Differentiated Learners using Differentiated Strategies through Differentiated Assessments in order to follow up their learnings to create a Better & Harmonious Differentiated Society!
by Mylene Sicat & Teresa Cowan-Fayter
Applied Differentiation: Making it Work in the Classroom
Alta Vista Elementary School Refugee Students
Sir Ken Robinson - Multiple Intelligences
Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Common Core (Teaching Tolerance 2012)
Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
Introduction to Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
White Teachers/ Diverse Classrooms
The Differentiated Classroom by Carol Ann Tomlinson
The Six Facets of Understanding
Tip :
Teacher
Acknowledge the
differences
.
Including the arts in your curriculum not only opens up the imagination, but builds on the synapses of the brain.
Text Teams-
reading pairs of similar reading levels.
Think Tanks
- mixed-readiness writing idea generator groups of four or five.
Teacher Talkers
- five to seven students with similar learning needs who meet with teacher for support.
Peer Partners
- student selected groups of three or four for a variety of purposes.
Tips for Middle School Classroom:
In a differentiated classroom, the use of student choice is okay. It allows the student to become responsible for his or her learning, and provides the student with the thought processes to learn and explore other options to their learning.
Belonging is essential; learning is a part of that essential belonging.
It is okay to allow choices within the classroom environment. By doing so, students will feel empowered to learn and make choices based on their learning.
Assessing Your Students in the Differentiated Classroom
Data gathering and analysis that allows for the teacher to determine the degree to which students have mastered the essential outcomes of their learning; while also providing decisions about planning for instruction.
In conclusion, differentiation sparks the imagination and inspires the mind to learn.
Culture is an approach to learning that touches on individual lives and helps students to make sense of the world around them and what is being learned; while also providing a range of teaching and learning approaches.
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