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Differentiated Learning Experiences

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Transcript of Differentiated Learning Experiences

Differentiated Learning Experiences
North High Staff Meeting
11/20/13

Differentiated Learning Experiences

12.1%

15.2%

24.2%

48%

Learning Target
By the end of the day, I will be able to utilize at least
three
techniques of differentiation to create
one
differentiated learning experience.


Differentiated Learning Experiences

Think (2 min)-Pair (2min)- Share (2 min)

Why create differentiated learning experiences?

Actively Engage Students (Research)
Meet all students’ needs
Improve Student Achievement
OTES
Why create differentiated learning experiences?

Individual Learning Experiences: Provide structured opportunities for meta-cognition and self-reflection. Can be structured within other types of groups; e.g., small group, large group and whole class. Provide clear directions to encourage independence. Combine with larger group structures to emphasize collaboration and cooperation.



Flexible Groupings (Cont…)

Flexible Groupings
Student Choice (materials or assessment)
Scaffolded Instruction (Zone of Proximal Development)
Meaningful Activities (Project Based Learning)


Ways to Differentiate

Based on student data

Honors students strengths and recognizes
student needs.

Can be based on learning preferences
and interests, background experiences,
academic level and readiness.

Flexible Groupings

Individual Learning Experiences
Paired Learning Experiences
Small Group or Cooperative Learning Experiences
Small or Whole group instruction


Flexible Groupings

Individual Learning Experiences:
Provide structured opportunities for meta-cognition and
self-reflection
.

Can be structured within other types of groups; e.g., small group, large group and whole class.

Provide clear directions to encourage
independence
.


Combine
with larger group structures to emphasize
collaboration and cooperation.



Flexible Groupings (Cont…)

Individual Learning Experiences: Provide structured opportunities for meta-cognition and self-reflection. Can be structured within other types of groups; e.g., small group, large group and whole class. Provide clear directions to encourage independence. Combine with larger group structures to emphasize collaboration and cooperation.



Flexible Groupings (Cont…)

Learning Logs or Journals
Focus Free Writes
KWL
Cornell Note Taking
Interactive Note Taking



Individual Learning Activities

Paired Learning Experiences: Provide opportunities for students to develop and practice communication skills, make comparisons and share learning in a
non-threatening context.

Encourage students to reflect and self-assess as a regular part of paired learning experiences.

Encourage students to challenge and support each
other.
Provide students with opportunities for peer teaching.

Flexible Groupings (Cont…)

Examples of Paired Learning Experiences
Think Pair Share
Each One Teach One
Clustering
Collage
Odd One Out



Flexible Groupings (Cont…)

“Cooperative learning” emphasizes the development of
social interaction skills
as well as
cognitive development.

Cooperative learning structures can incorporate
scaffolding in heterogeneous
groupings that focus on providing peer and resource supports.

Cooperative learning processes also can move students in
homogeneous

groups
through a learning environment that provides v
arying levels of teacher support.

Flexible Groupings (Cont..)

Constructive Controversy
Gallery Walk
Jigsaw Strategy
Learning Centers
Numbered Heads Together
Pass a Problem
Send a Problem
Round Table



Small Group/Cooperative Experiences


Small or whole group instruction
” involves direct participation of the teacher and includes
ongoing
and continuous assessment
and adjustment of
scaffolding supports. “
Direct instruction
” is
often an instructional component used in small
groups. Direct instruction or
explicit
teaching
and
modeling of skills
and
processes
.

Flexible Groupings (Cont..)

Thoughtful and Purposeful creation of choices
Aligned to Learning Outcomes
Considers learner needs, interests and readiness


Student Choice

Choice Boards
Learning Centers
Learning Contracts

Student Choice (Cont…)

Choice Board (Blooms)

Choice board(Multiple Intelligences)

Meaningful Activities (PBL)

Create
one
differentiated learning experience
incorporating
three
differentiating techniques.

Due second semester.

Homework

http://education.alberta.ca
http://www.nicurriculum.org.uk
http://hets.org


References

Thank You

SAVE THE DATES
Staff Luncheon
Wednesday, December 11th

Staff Holiday Party
Friday, December 13th

Thank
You
For
Making
a
Difference
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