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  1. Differentiated Instruction: Addressing the Each in Teaching To understand components of differentiated instruction. To explore ways to gather information for a class profile/ student profiles. To experience 3 specific strategies for differentiating instruction.

  2. Do you recognize any of these animals?

  3. A Resource Walk • What do you hope to learn about differentiated instruction? • Which strategies in the Toolbox are of interest? Sticky note one strategy you have used and one strategy you would try.

  4. is a teacher’s response to learners’ needs Teacher Determined EnvironmentContent ProcessProduct Student Determined Readiness Interests Learning Styles Education For All Differentiating Instruction

  5. Personalization Not Individualization • How can we gather information about our students?

  6. Why Develop a Class Profile? • To identify strengths, challenges and needs of student • To determine the stage each student has reached in her/his learning • To plan the teaching and intervention strategies

  7. Interests and Talents Self-perceptions Student achievement Student readiness Socio-affective development Parents’ Observations The Class Profile May Include

  8. Ways of Gathering Information • Diagnostic assessments • Interest inventories • Multiple-intelligences inventories • Interviews • Attitude Surveys • Report Cards • Parent letters

  9. What is your learning preference? Visual/Spatial Linguistic Logical Musical Kinesthetic Stand beside the one that best describes you.

  10. TODAY’S STRATEGIES RAFT ACTIVITIES Fulfilling the Promise of the Differentiated Classroom – pg. 133 TIERING Fulfilling the Promise of the Differentiated Classroom – pg. 136 PLACEMAT Think Literacy – Cross Curricular Approaches – pg.162

  11. Today's Task Topic: Dress Code or Safety Task: Plan a lesson using one of the three strategies. Discuss: What learning preference(s) does your lesson address? What makes this strategy effective?

  12. Window Star Wish What strategy am I going to try? What do I need next? What did I learn today? “ If you were to fold your hands together naturally, you would have a comfortable close fit. The goals of curriculum differentiation are to find the closest, most comfortable fit between the learner and curriculum.” Dr. James Curry