13b_diff_inst_POST - Differentiating Elements It is...

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Unformatted text preview: Differentiating Elements It is important to conceptualize the curriculum as more than just content 2 Levels of Differentiation 1. n general, global, macro level: “universal design” works for many students specific, individualized, micro level: based on needs of individual student 2 Levels of Differentiation 1. n general, global, macro level: “universal design” works for many students specific, individualized, micro level: based on needs of individual student “Universal Design for Learning” (UDL) attends to individual needs in a general fashion stresses proactive approach capitalizes on new technologies emphasizes a continuum of students with learning-related needs 2 Levels of Differentiation 1. n general, global, macro level: “universal design” works for many students specific, individualized, micro level: based on needs of individual student What is Differentiated? [JRP] Content Intervention Process Product Setting Management Affect What is Differentiated? [JRP] Content Intervention Process Textual material In-class activities Tests & quizzes Assignments Product Setting Management Affect Content The “what” of instruction Types of Curriculum Explicit curriculum Hidden curriculum Absent curriculum Process Process Process Process Product Setting Management Affect Social­emotional aspects Differentiating Instruction Content Intervention Setting Mgt Affect ...
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