Foundations for Differentiation Part 2. Presented by Rebecca Lopez and Jon Mitteness. Outcomes. Explain the purpose of Differentiation Review steps 1 and 2 of the Phase In Model Plan how to Incorporate steps 3 and 4 of the Phase In Model Identify:
Foundations for Differentiation Part 2
Rebecca Lopez and Jon Mitteness
-What went well?
-What were some of the challenges?
-Are any of your classes ready for phase 3?
-What questions do you have regarding phase 1 and phase 2?
How much time is required at each phase?
When your students are successful at consistently working independently.
Debriefing time will help move the process along.
Remember to Debrief at the end of each differentiated instructional session!
Teachers who are willing to allow all students to become responsible and accountable, have the most opportunities to practice pre-teaching, re-teaching and extension activities with students.
“We can’t learn that which is inaccessible to us because we don’t understand it. We can’t learn when we are unmotivated by things that are far too difficult-or too easy- for us. We learn more enthusiastically those things that connect to our interests, and we learn more efficiently if we have a suitable background or experience. We also learn more efficiently if we can acquire information and express our understanding through a preferred mode.”
Carol Ann Tomlinson