Dare to Differentiate II: Diving Deeper. Deborah Espitia, Coordinator Leslie Grahn, Resource Teacher Office of World Languages Howard County Public Schools, MD. How deep is your DI IQ?. Are you Doing the back float? Snorkeling? Scuba diving? Deep sea diving?. www.nasa.gov.
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Deborah Espitia, Coordinator
Leslie Grahn, Resource Teacher
Office of World Languages
Howard County Public Schools, MD
Mixed Readiness Groups
review the basic principles of differentiation and deepen their knowledge about differentiated instruction.
analyze artifacts and create activities for implementing differentiation strategies.
explore the process of planning for differentiation.
gain multiple perspectives on differentiation of assessment.
Carol Ann Tomlinson
Professor of Educational Leadership
University of Virginia
is a teacher’s response to learners’ needs
guided by general principles of differentiation, such as
Teachers can differentiate
according to students’
through a range of instructional and management strategies
Cubing & Think Dots
At each station, you will
1. Choose an artifact and analyze it using your organizer
2. Process the strategy with the group using the prompt provided
The goal of this exploration is to prepare you to create a differentiated activity of your own.
Using the class profile and the resources from the centers, design a differentiated activity on a particular topic
Discuss in groups of four.
Checks for Understanding
Tapping Prior Knowledge
Quizzes & Tests
Indicate on each continuum how strongly you feel about the statement given.
Let’s revisit your