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  • Best Teaching Practices
    Active Learning
    Active Learning
    Applied Skills
    Integrated Curriculum
    Questioning Strategies
    Ongoing Assessments/ Anecdotal Notes
    Differentiate Small Group Instruction
    Expectations of our Students
    Communication
    Management
  • Applied Skills
    Best Teaching Practices
    Active Learning
    Applied Skills
    Integrated Curriculum
    Questioning Strategies
    Ongoing Assessments/ Anecdotal Notes
    Differentiate Small Group Instruction
    Expectations of our Students
    Communication
    Management
  • Best Teaching Practices
    Integrated
    Curriculum
    Active Learning
    Applied Skills
    Integrated Curriculum
    Questioning Strategies
    Ongoing Assessments/ Anecdotal Notes
    Differentiate Small Group Instruction
    Expectations of our Students
    Communication
    Management
  • Best Teaching Practices
    Questioning
    Strategies
    Active Learning
    Applied Skills
    Integrated Curriculum
    Questioning Strategies
    Ongoing Assessments/ Anecdotal Notes
    Differentiate Small Group Instruction
    Expectations of our Students
    Communication
    Management
  • Best Teaching Practices
    Ongoing
    Assessments /
    Anecdotal Notes
    Active Learning
    Applied Skills
    Integrated Curriculum
    Questioning Strategies
    Ongoing Assessments/ Anecdotal Notes
    Differentiate Small Group Instruction
    Expectations of our Students
    Communication
    Management
  • Best Teaching Practices
    Differentiated
    Small Groups
    Active Learning
    Applied Skills
    Integrated Curriculum
    Questioning Strategies
    Ongoing Assessments/ Anecdotal Notes
    Differentiate Small Group Instruction
    Expectations of our Students
    Communication
    Management
  • Best Teaching Practices
    Student Expectations
    Active Learning
    Applied Skills
    Integrated Curriculum
    Questioning Strategies
    Ongoing Assessments/ Anecdotal Notes
    Differentiate Small Group Instruction
    Expectations of our Students
    Communication
    Management
  • Best Teaching Practices
    Communication
    Active Learning
    Applied Skills
    Integrated Curriculum
    Questioning Strategies
    Ongoing Assessments/ Anecdotal Notes
    Differentiate Small Group Instruction
    Expectations of our Students
    Communication
    Management
  • Best Teaching Practices
    Management
    Active Learning
    Applied Skills
    Integrated Curriculum
    Questioning Strategies
    Ongoing Assessments/ Anecdotal Notes
    Differentiate Small Group Instruction
    Expectations of our Students
    Communication
    Management
  • The Challenge
    Access, participation, and progress in the general education curriculum for all learners
    --IDEA ’04
  • Textbooks and Materials
    Students
    Print –based curriculum is designed for a homogeneous group of students, “The Average Learner”
    Generally does not provide extensive flexibility for different learner needs
    A variety of cultural backgrounds and SES status
    Significant differences in prior knowledge
    Diversity of student abilities and disabilities to receive instruction at the same time, in the same place
    Classrooms Today
  • How are we changing instruction in response to high stakes accountability?
    Using data analysis to determine specific student needs
    Identifying and teaching the essentials of the curriculum
    Modifying delivery to provide access to all students (using visuals, manipulatives and authentic assessments)
    Eliminating physical barriers to instruction
    Planning for and preventing atypical behaviors
    Collaborate with colleagues to provide instruction at the student’s individual level
  • Regular Classroom Teachers
    Special Education Teachers
    Differentiate the Standard Course of Study so that ALL students are able to participate as best as they are able.
    Differentiate the Standard Course of Study so that ALL students are able to participate as best as they are able.
    “I have to do WHAT?”
  • The Challenge
    Access, participation, and progress in the general education curriculum for all learners
    --IDEA ’04
  • Table Talk
    What is your school doing to meet this challenge?
    Make a list of ways your school is providing differentiated instruction to all the students at your school.