Response to Intervention and Differentiated Instruction Preview. Incorporating Differentiating Instruction Into Your Classroom New Teacher Resources. Learn about Teaching Channel Plus for Schools & Districts Sign In or Sign Up New Teacher Survival Guide: Differentiating Instruction Grades 9-12 / Science / Lesson Planning Embed Video Series Title Sequence New Teacher Survival Guide Differentiating Instruction Program Transcript ACT 1 : Meet Laura / Set up Differentiation Open on an empty Herrick's High school, flag flying in the breeze.
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Myth-Busting Differentiated Instruction: 3 Myths and 3 Truths. In third grade, my daughter struggled with problems like 36 x 12, and she knew her multiplication facts.
Fortunately, her math tutor recognized what was needed, and introduced the Lattice Method. For some educators, the Lattice Method is controversial. Just read some of the FB comments. After multiple failed attempts, this strategy made a difference for my daughter. She rediscovered her confidence in math. As educators, we know that learning is not one size fits all, and what's best for some students may not be for others. Myth #1: DI is a collection of strategies. There are many books, workshops, and organizations offering "differentiated strategies" that, when used, will instantly have teachers differentiating for their students. Truth #1: DI is a lens for implementing any strategy in all pedagogies. Consider that effective teachers have a wealth of tools that they use to meet student needs.
Myth #2: DI is incompatible with standardized state testing. Look Through the Lens. 5 Google Apps that Help Teachers Differentiate Instruction. Meet Janelle, an intelligent, creative, computer-literate animator in training, who is a self-motivated sophomore.
Meet Tony, also intelligent, creative, shy, somewhat computer-literate, and an English-as-a-second-language junior. Student-Driven Differentiated Instruction with "I Choose" How it's done: Definitions I Choose is a 30-minute block of time during the day that allows fourth, fifth and sixth grade students to rotate through various interventions within RTI or attend their choice of electives including peer tutoring, library, physical education, computers, or music.
The program allows teachers the time for the differentiation they'd requested and gives the students a mix of valuable supports and enjoyable enrichments. Generating Motivation "We knew when we got together that motivation is a huge aspect to student achievement," says former Principal Cole Young. By allowing students to choose how they wanted to spend the last half hour of their day, Humboldt empowered them in terms of both their activities and their learning. I Choose is part of a comprehensive motivation program that "not only pushed the top, but also pushed the bottom. " Finding the Time Ebb and Flow I Choose also varies depending on what skill is being examined that day. Assessing Progress Challenges.
What Is Competency-Based Learning? What Is Competency-Based Learning?
By TeachThought Staff Competency-based learning is an approach to education that focuses on the student’s demonstration of desired learning outcomes as central to the learning process. There's No Time to Differentiate: Myth-Busting DI, Part 2. The microwave oven is a great timesaver for getting any food on the table.
Yet it's a taste killer. The more I use the grill and oven to cook meals for my family, the more I experience the diversity of tastes that come from grilled or baked salmon, chicken, and burgers, plus sautéed vegetables. A microwave oven dries everything out, and thus limits the tastes. There are days when I get home exhausted with work still to be completed, but I bypass the microwave most times.
I value my family's need for flavorful meals over dried-out, tasteless food that I nuked just to check off a chore. BrainPOP - Animated Educational Site for Kids - Science, Social Studies, English, Math, Arts. That Quiz - Math Test Activities. IXL Math. KB...Konnected Kids. Engaging virtual field trip apps, resources.
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It was Ryan’s Grade 1 teacher who first taught him about kids in other parts of the world living without access to clean water. With support, encouragement and helpful resources, Ryan proved that young people can make a big impact! We continue to support the efforts of students from around the world in creating positive change. Whether you’d like to learn more about the global water and sanitation crisis, are interested in fundraising or would like us to share Ryan’s story – we can help inspire your students to think beyond what they thought was possible of themselves! Take the 'Can You Imagine' Quiz! For many people, it’s hard to imagine what life would be like without clean water – especially as a kid.Take the ‘Can You Imagine’ quiz to learn more about 11-year-old Amy and how her day living in a developing country compares to yours – and, what you can do to help! What else can you find in this section? Australia Zoo - Home of the Crocodile Hunter - “Conservation through Exciting Education”