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Differentiation for All L earners. Enrichment Program Planning. A Little History Lesson. Whole-group lessons geared toward one achievement level Textbook-based instruction Most learning culminates at the knowledge level of Bloom’s Taxonomy. Future at STM. Differentiated instruction

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Differentiation for all l earners

Differentiation for All Learners

Enrichment Program Planning

A little history lesson

A Little History Lesson

Whole-group lessons geared toward one achievement level

Textbook-based instruction

Most learning culminates at the knowledge level of Bloom’s Taxonomy

Future at stm

Future at STM

Differentiated instruction

Core Curriculum based instruction

Student-centered classrooms

Differentiation the why

Differentiation: the why

  • Classroom data

  • Curriculum-based activities

  • Engages students

Differentiation the how

Differentiation: the how

  • Grade level curriculum objectives

  • Pre-tests/work samples

  • Lesson plans and activities

  • Student centered classroom

  • Clear rubrics and expectations

  • Fluid movement

Differentiation for all l earners

Create: integrate, write, rewrite, collaborate, simulate, test

Evaluate: support, decide, recommend, find errors, defend, measure

Analyze: compare, classify, infer, contrast, appraise

Apply: solve, calculate, illustrate, dramatize, paint, change, teach

Understand: explain, describe, interpret, summarize, predict, give examples

Knowledge: define, identify, describe, label, list, name, match, select, memorize

What we are already doing

What we are already doing:

  • Math learning stations in 4th grade

  • Centers in grades K-2

    Learning Station and Center activities can be leveled using Bloom’s Taxonomy as a basis for activity selection

  • Math options in Middle School

  • Small group activities in SS in Middle School

Where we are going

Where we are going:

  • Staff development- December 5th

  • Initial focus on Math and Language Arts in the Elementary grades, and a focus in each subject area in the Middle School

The tough road ahead

The tough road ahead:

  • Added assessment development/analysis and planning time

  • Time to access resources and resource sharing

  • Change in how instructional time is used



  • Students are engaged and enjoy learning at their appropriate achievement level

  • Lower instance of negative behaviors

  • Students are able to shine in their areas of strength and grow in their areas of weakness

  • Teachers become even more familiar with their students’ academic needs and are better equipped to respond to them

  • As one teacher put it, “It is just more fun to teach this way!”

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