Intro to Math Differetiated Instruction 8102010


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  • Here we can talk about parking lot, need some post it notes.We can also talk about norms, cell phone, bathroom, respect,
  • Need a quick ice breaker. We can do the meet and greet where interview for 1 minute on a topic and then move to the next person
  • This is the balanced math approach. I can talk about it and how it already incorporates DI in it
  • These are the main components. We can start with asking what is the purpose of di, then we can talk about you can differentiate for process content product
  • Here we can think group share. And have each group talking about the difference between the roles and share out together
  • This is going into the preparation part which we can say takes a lot of time, and we can talk about backwards design, assessment, etcAnd ask what are ways to prepare and incorporate district pacing guides one or two comments
  • This is an example of the stages of backwards design
  • Here we can have the group talk about different ways to assess math in middle school classroom
  • We can do a short activity for the profile where you fold a paper in half and draw to things you love to do and the pull the site up for learning profiles, and just click on the other sites to show interest and readiness.
  • Another opportunity to talk about classroom strategies for transitions, and groups, then give our takeFace to face have new teachers talk with veterans teacher about strategies, survey them
  • This is a funny video about ppt to finish out with
  • I will fix this up on Monday.
  • Intro to Math Differetiated Instruction 8102010

    1. 1. Intro to Math Differentiated Instruction<br />Ms. Denise Armstrong <br />Cane Ridge HS<br />Mr. Jamal Hutchinson, MPA, MALT<br />Numeracy Coach Johnson/ Baxter ALC<br />
    2. 2. Agenda<br />Ice Breaker<br />Balanced Math Framework<br />Components of Differentiated Instruction<br />Follow up<br />
    3. 3. Ice Breaker<br />
    4. 4. Sample DI Lesson Plan <br />
    5. 5. Intro to Differentiated Instruction<br />
    6. 6. Differentiated Vs Traditional<br />Role of the Teacher<br />Role of the Student<br />Role of Instruction<br />Role of Curriculum<br />Role of Materials<br />Role of Assessments<br />Role of Group<br />
    7. 7. Preparing for Differentiated Instruction<br />Preparation involves looking at the end goal in mind. No matter what the topic, subject, etc. Start with the end and work backwards<br />Backward design focuses on assessment first and instructional activities last<br />Resources for Backwards Design<br /><br /><br />
    8. 8. Backwards Desgin 7/20/2010<br />
    9. 9. Assessment <br />Differentiated instruction is Driven by Assessment<br />Formative, Summative, Informal, Quick Assessments drive Differentiated Instruction<br />Differentiated instruction is Driven by Assessment<br />
    10. 10. Student Profile, Interest, Readiness<br />Student Learning Profile can be built on Gardner’s 9 Intelligence<br /><br />Student Interest can be found by short surveys, and teacher has to be creative in incorporating the interest into the lesson<br /><br />Student Readiness is built on assessment and responsive feedback on student work. <br />25 Quick Formative Assessments<br />Differentiating Instruction in a Whole Group<br />
    11. 11. Management Of DI Classroom<br />Classroom Management & Procedures<br />Transitions<br />Groups<br />Centers<br />Tiered Curriculum<br /><br /><br />
    12. 12. Conclusion<br />Video of How not to do a PowerPoint<br />
    13. 13. Questions And Answers<br />
    14. 14. References<br />Student Learning Profile <br /><br />Student Interest <br /><br />Student Readiness <br />25 Quick Formative Assessments<br />Differentiating Instruction in a Whole Group<br />SDE Chicago Differentiated Instruction Presentation<br />Hollas, Betty. (2010, July, 7th) Coaching & Supporting Teachers for Success in Differentiating Instruction Chicago Illinois SDE Differentiated Instruction Conference<br />