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Differentiation: Overview

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Angie Muse

on 19 October 2015

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Transcript of Differentiation: Overview

Instructional and Management Strategies
What we see:
teacher's response to learner's needs
Differentiation
Differentiate according to a student's need.
Know Your Students
jigsaw
anchor activity
varied questions
guided math groups
learning
contracts

interest groups
tiered
lessons

different texts
Readiness
Interests
Learning Profile
Ways we learn best
Know your own!
Task
closely matches student's
skills and understanding.
Student works in Zone of Proximal Development
Things to Consider:
Engages the learner
Prior knowledge facilitates learning
Culture
Daily activities
Family
Future plans
Beliefs/values
Hobbies
Respond to a learners needs.
Adjust Instruction
Process
Product
Often a starting point
Assessment project choice
Test question options
Students can demonstrate learning in a lot of ways
Provide students with materials that will get them where they need to be.
Choice in investigation topics
Alternate text to match reading level
Choice of texts by interest
Activities reflect readiness, interests, and/or learning styles of students
Typically, commonalities in data drive the development of varied activities.
Varied pacing

Activity Menus

Tiered activities
Reading levels
Classrooms formatives
Developmental levels
IEP
Things to Consider:
Things to Consider:

Multiple Intelligences
Learning Styles
Best learning conditions
IEP
Content
What the students should know, understand, and be able to do.
Materials that will get them there.
Learning Activities
The end result
of learning
The ultimate learning target is only changed/modified when there is an extreme readiness difference to the majority of the class. (ELL, LD, etc.)
How can my assessment data guide my instruction?
How can I group students to maximize learning?
How can
my learning activities match student needs?
How can I help my students become independent learners?
Guiding Questions
that fuel Differentiation
Physical
Environmental
Procedural
Where a student learns is important.
Additional lights.
Distraction free zone
Top of shelf cleared for standers
Routines for getting help when teacher is busy
Learning
Environment
Where a Student Learns
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