A Conceptual Framework of
Differentiation
Chapter 1
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I never teach
my pupils. I only
attempt to provide
the conditions in
which they learn.
Albert Einstein
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Learning Outcomes
By the end of the chapter, you will be able to:
Define dif
RequiredResources
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1. Puckett,K(2013).
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CA.
a. Chapter1:AConceptualFrameworkofDifferentiation
b. Chapter2:TheoreticalFoundationsofDifferentiation
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If I could only eat one food. tor the rest of my life it would be
pizza. I know this sounds like a kid‘s
Week 4 dis 1
I believe that both UDL and differentiated instruction have similar concepts that
share many of the same goals, ideas, and classroom practices. However, this
does not mean that they are identical in all aspects of their design. UDL and
differ
Week 2 discussion
I believe the best way for children to take in and master new information is by providing a series
of experiences that nurture all intelligences. If we are teaching 21st century skills such as;
cooperative learning, critical thinking or
Discussion 1 week 6
Instruction Strategies
Create a picture presentation, and allow Robert to be narrator.
PBL- since Robert has a good sense of humorgroup can turn wheelchair into new
civil war vehicle.
Instructional Technologies
Use whiteboard with audi
Define differentiation in your own words including
the justification for differentiating in the classroom
environment. Differentiation means to
accommodate instruction to meet my students
needs. I will learn my students strength, readiness,
and their inte
Question:
Now that you have been introduced to the broad framework of becoming a culturally
competent teacher, it is your challenge to make the connection between differentiating and
the prospective impact this concept has in making learning experiences m
Running Head: TPACK
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TPACK
Tina Smith
EDU 673
Instructional Strategies for Differentiated Teaching and Learning
Prof. Cristie McClendon
October 6, 2014
Lesson Plan:
2TPACK
Title: Words Problems within 20 Adding and Subtraction
Technology: Promethean Boar
Running Head: UNIT PLAN
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Unit Plan
Tina Smith
EDU 673
Instructional Strategies for Differentiated Teaching and Learning
Prof. Cristie McClendon
September 22, 2014
2UNIT PLAN
Introduction
This a 1st grade math class, made up of 26 students, in the first 3
Running Head: DIFFERENTIATED ASSESSMENT
1
Differentiated Assessment
Tina Smith
EDU 673
Instructional Strategies for Differentiated Teaching and Learning
Prof. Cristie McClendon
September 29, 2014
2DIFFERENTIATED ASSESSMENT
Common Core State Standards CCSS
BasedonthesampleKWLChartthestudentspriorknowledgeofthecivilwarvaries
fromnoinformationtoveryinformed.UsingCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.6-8.2 the
learning objective is to determine the central ideas or information from a primary or
secondary source, provide an acc
Demographics
Grade Level: 1st
Subject Area: Math
Total number of students: 26
Gender: 16 boys, 10 girls
Ability levels: 20 students at grade level or
one level below, 6 students above grade
level, and 0 students 2 grade levels or
more below.
Students with
1.
2.
View the short and informative video, then respond to these questions in relation to the
video and your personal experiences in your Discussion Post:
What would you identify as an important outcome of building relationships with your
students while
Instruction Guide for
Kindergarten
Tina Smith
Instruct. Strat. For
Differentiated: Teach &
Learn
Three Ways to Create a Safe
and Secure Classroom
Create a connection or bond with each
Environment
student. Get to know something personal
about each student.
Running Head: COMMON CORE & THE DIFFERENTIATED CLASSROOM
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Common Core & The Differentiated Classroom
Tina Smith
EDU 673
Instructional Strategies for Differentiated Teaching and Learning
Prof. Cristie McClendon
September 15, 2014
2COMMON CORE & THE DIFFER
The definition of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is the framework for flexible
learning environments that ensure all students have success to the same curriculum (Puckett,
2013). Cast, (2012) however says that UDL is a set of principles for curriculu
Universal Design for Learning and Differentiation
Dee Lamb
Instructional Strategies for Differentiated Teaching and Learning
Dr. Smith
10/23/2014
UNIVERSAL DESIGN & Differentiation
The definition of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is the framework for
Foundations and Implications of a Differentiated Classroom
One of the key principals of differentiation is information dissemination to stakeholders
including students, parents, colleagues, and others involved in the education community.
In preparing for
I would say that two differentiated instruction strategies that best adapt to the abilities as well
as the limitations of Robert include:
1. Verbal presentation of his understanding of the unit plan
2. Small acted drama using his wheelchair as a combat ve