D i f f e r e n t i a t e d Instruction In the Classroom. Presented by: Tamara Morris. Today’s Meet Go to www.todaysmeet/DL2014 and sign in. You can post questions, comments, etc. This page will be available for one month . Agenda. The What/Why of Differentiation
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Presented by: Tamara Morris
KNOW the key concepts of differentiated instruction
UNDERSTAND why differentiation is important
BE ABLE TO use the concepts to further you learning in the PDIC Center.
Schools today are educating the most diverse student population ever to the highest standards ever. Do you agree or disagree with this statement-why?
A strategic way to look at lesson design and instruction.
A way of teaching in which teachers proactively modify the curriculum, teaching methods, resources, learning activities, environment, and student products to address the needs of individual students and/or small groups of students to maximize the learning opportunity for each student in the classroom.
*Tomlinson, et. al.
I have never heard of this before
I’ve heard of this, but I am not sure how it works
I know this and how to use it
What is your favorite subject? Why?
What is something you can do really well?
What do you do in your spare time?
Each group has 10 minutes to create and chart their jingle.