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Differentiated Instruction: WHat does DI look like in the Classroom

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Transcript of Differentiated Instruction: WHat does DI look like in the Classroom

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Differentiated instruction in the classroom would appear through lessons that have to be taught in ways that can reach different cross sections of students.
Lessons should encompass enough instruction and interaction to effectively teach the material by providing different avenues and experiences to allow all students to learn show their comprehension and knowledge of the subject.
The goal of differentiated instruction is connecting the individual student with the curriculum and encouraging students to accept the challenge of expanding their learning and to grow.
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What does Differentiated Instruction look like in the classroom?
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Students should to work in small groups to engage in informal discussion to clarify and reinforce learning.
Students should be presented with the opportunity to share with others what they have researched and learned.
Teachers should hold group instruction and allow students to question while the teacher connects and discusses content with class members.
One on one instruction is also important for both the teacher and the student because it allows the teacher to understand where the student is in term of their comprehension, and allows the student to ask specific questions that he/she may not understand.
Students should be allowed to work in small group together to engage in informal discussion to clarify and reinforce learning.
Individual work, students should do individual work to challenge themselves and to allow the teacher to understand how students are progressing.
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The goal of differentiated instruction is connecting the individual student with the curriculum and encouraging students to accept the challenge of expanding their learning and to grow.
Being aware of students learning styles, and making students aware of this should be an initial starting point. A specific learning style assessment should be administered early in the school year in order to obtain this goal.
A teacher should keep in mind those learning styles, abilities, and interest of students. Lessons should routinely incorporate auditory, visual, and kinesthetic opportunities for students. Within any one-class period, every student does not and should not necessarily be working on the same assignment As different students individual needs dictate those learning opportunities that would best allow for the appropriate challenge for their ultimate success.
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