Differentiation in the Classroom. Connie Papineau UNE 610 July 28, 2009. A little bit of instructions first!. To access all underlined hyperlinks throughout this presentation; Highlight link, right click then select “open hyperlink.” Please Enjoy!.
July 28, 2009
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“An intelligence is the ability to solve problems, or create product’s that are valued in one or more cultural settings.”
Howard Gardner claims that all human beings have multiple intelligences. These multiple intelligences can be nurtured and strengthened, or ignored and weakened. He believes each individual has nine intelligences:
Bodily-KinestheticIntelligence – toucing, moving, processing knowledge through bodily sensations
Intrapersonal Intelligence – working alone, doing self paced projects, having space, reflecting
Existential Intelligence -- sensitivity and capacity to tackle deep questions about human existence, such as the meaning of life, why do we die, and how did we get here
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How can I include numbers, classifications, critical-thinking and calculations in my lessons?
When can I include reading, writing, and speaking in my lesson?
How can I include visuals, colors, art, graphs, and pictures in my lessons?
Can I put music, sounds, and rhythms into a lesson?
Where can I include private learning into a lesson?
How can I include group work, peer sharing, and discussion into a lesson?
Where can mother nature fit into a lesson?
suggests that you begin by incorporating a few different learning styles that you are comfortable with and you will hit many of your students preferred styles.
Whole to part
Part to whole
Use student centered lessons and student choices in your lesson when giving choices (these are just a few)
Rick Sciggins Assessment linked to standards
This will link you to a podcast transcript that defines standards based final assessments
. Tomlinson believes that traditional testing is a system that can be changed if everyone (parents, students, and staff) are on the same page. Tomlinson 2001
The Possibilities are Endless
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Differentiated Lesson Plan TemplateGrade Level_______________ Developed by__________________Subject___________________ Concept_______________________Planning: What Students will: KNOW UNDERSTAND DO Standards, content Principles, Generalizations Objectives, Outcomes1 1 12. 2. 23. 3 34. 4 4 Essential Questions:Pre-Assessment:Assessment:Number of StudentsLevel oneLevel twoLevel ThreeLevel FourRe-teaching Concepts:
Available at http://www.tandl.leon.k12.fl.us/lang/Lessontemplate.html
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