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Low and High Preparation Differentiation Session 5 of 6

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Created Tue, Oct 29, 2013 12:25 PM

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  • 1 . Essay File Upload - (Maximum Points: 5 )

    Explain your favorite high preparation tool and create a lesson that implements that tool in your classroom.  You can write the lesson in the essay box, or if you prefer, you can write it in a word processor and submit it using the blue new photo/file to attach the document.

  • 2 . Essay File Upload - (Maximum Points: 5 )

    Explain your favorite low preparation tool and create a lesson that implements that tool in your classroom.  You can write the lesson in the essay box, or if you prefer, you can write it in a word processor and submit it using the blue new photo/file to attach the document.

  • 3 . Multiple Choice - (Maximum Points: 5 )

    Managing your differentiated classroom, you must have:

    • a strong rationale for differentiating instruction based on student readiness, interest, and learning profile.
    • a pace of implementation that it comfortable to you.
    • the students take as much responsibility for their learning as possible.
    • All of the above
  • 4 . True/False - (Maximum Points: 5 )

    When using the "Jigsaw" tool, students should leave the group and meet with other students who are assigned the same segment.   

    • True
    • False
  • 5 . Fill in the Blank - (Maximum Points: 5 )
    If the student is at current grade level, teachers should make the work ___________________ challenging for that student, to promote further success.

Details

Description

Low and High Preparation Differentiation Session 5 of 6

Subject

Professional Development

Tags

differentiated instruction

Minimum Grade

Kindergarten

Maximum Grade

12th Grade