Honoring Cognitive Diversity by Differentiating Instruction . PHILIPPE ERNEWEIN WWW.REMEMBERIT.ORG OCTOBER 29, 2012. Think/Pair/Share. Please think for a minute and select two students that you teach or have taught who don’t or didn’t fare so well in school.
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An instructional approach designed to have students of differing readiness levels work with essential knowledge, understanding, and skill, but to do so at levels of difficulty appropriately challenging for them as individuals at a given point in the instructional cycle.
-Diagnostic learning profile, learning modalities,
personality inventory, MI survey, formative
assessment, exit slips.
-Dedicate classroom workshop time, offer examples,
conduct conferences, environmental structure.
-Create on-going opportunities for students to share
process and final products.