• Like
Sandra Page
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
Uploaded on

 

More in: Education
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
1,222
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1

Actions

Shares
Downloads
17
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Learning Style Differentiation Slides used with permission of Carol Ann Tomlinson and/or Sandra Page
  • 2. Differentiated Instruction Defined
    • “ Differentiated instruction is a teaching philosophy based on the premise that teachers should adapt instruction to student differences. Rather than marching students through the curriculum lockstep, teachers should modify their instruction to meet students’ varying readiness levels, learning preferences, and interests. Therefore, the teacher proactively plans a variety of ways to ‘get at’ and express learning.”
    • Carol Ann Tomlinson
  • 3. Differentiated Instruction is a teacher’s response to learner’s needs guided by general principles of differentiation, such as flexible grouping appropriate degree of challenge respectful tasks Teachers can differentiate Content Process Product Readiness Interest Learning Profile clear learning goals ongoing assessment and adjustment Affect Carol A Tomlinson
  • 4. Readiness Learning Profile Interest GROWTH If tasks are a close match for their skills MOTIVATION If tasks ignite curiosity or passion EFFICIENCY If the assignment encourages students to work in a preferred manner
  • 5. Learning Style Differentiation
    • How do I find out about students’ preferences?
    • How do I keep an accessible record of this in order to USE the information in instruction?
    • How do I group students in either think-alike or think-differently tasks?
    • What are some possible strategies?
      • Sternberg multiple intelligence lessons
      • Learning modality preferences in lessons
      • RAFTs (writing across the curriculum, differentiated by learning preference)
      • Anchoring “go to” activity
      • Learning contracts (differentiated by learning preference)
  • 6. Linear – Schoolhouse Smart - Sequential ANALYTICAL Thinking About the Sternberg Intelligences Show the parts of _________ and how they work. Explain why _______ works the way it does. Diagram how __________ affects __________________. Identify the key parts of _____________________. Present a step-by-step approach to _________________. Streetsmart – Contextual – Focus on Use PRACTICAL Demonstrate how someone uses ________ in their life or work. Show how we could apply _____ to solve this real life problem ____. Based on your own experience, explain how _____ can be used. Here’s a problem at school, ________. Using your knowledge of ______________, develop a plan to address the problem. CREATIVE Innovator – Outside the Box – What If - Improver Find a new way to show _____________. Use unusual materials to explain ________________. Use humor to show ____________________. Explain (show) a new and better way to ____________. Make connections between _____ and _____ to help us understand ____________. Become a ____ and use your “new” perspectives to help us think about ____________.
  • 7. Learning Style Social Studies Lesson on Landforms based on Sternberg’s Intelligence Preference
    • Know : Geographical terms (isthmus, delta, peninsula, river, island)
    • Understand : Landforms and bodies of water effect human movement and influence the development of cities.
    • Do : Locate and label specific landforms
    • Analyze how landforms produce economic advantages that establish settlements.
    • After students have read and taken notes on the chapter, the teacher reviews with the whole class the basic information on landforms. Then, students are given a choice of three assignments to be done individually or in groups of two or three.
  • 8.
    • Practical: Using these 8 given cities, (or you may choose other cities after approval by teacher), demonstrate how landforms and bodies of water contributed to the development and movement of people to this site over a period of time. You may use overlay transparencies or models to show the areas and growth.
    • Creative: Develop a map of a new world that has at least 8 different types of landforms and/or bodies of water. Using labels, etc., determine how these sites would grow due to economic possibilities of these geographical features, and predict population growth over a period of time.
    • Analytical: Create clues or a set of directions to help us identify and locate at least 8 landforms on the map (given in the textbook, or a map provided by the teacher). Clues/directions should also be based on population and economic growth and changes.
  • 9. Partial List of Learning Modality Tasks/Skills Kinesthetic
    • model
    • demonstrate
    • build
    • act out
    • use tools to..
    • dance
    • produce
    • simulate
    • craft
    • transform
    • show in lab
    • make
    Visual
    • diagram
    • overlay
    • map
    • chart
    • timeline
    • web
    • illustrate
    • cartoon
    • model
    • graph
    • video
    • pop-up
    Oral
    • recite
    • broadcast
    • speech
    • discuss
    • question
    • interview
    • debate
    • cook/taste
    • sing
    • argue
    • converse
    • perform
    Auditory
    • radiocast
    • soundscape
    • music
    • preach
    • commercial
    • chant
    • persuade
    • ad/jingle
    • rhythm
    • compose
    • speech
    • phone
  • 10. Social Studies Chapter Review: Differentiation by Learning Modality Students are asked to read a textbook chapter, using a graphic organizer for note-taking. They then prepare a review/response using learning modality preferences. They may work in ‘learning style alike’ partnerships to prepare the response. In class, they will debrief in groups of 4 with each modality represented in each group. Kinesthetic Using your notes, create a set of overhead transparencies, 1-3 minute simulation, cardboard puppet theater, or short drama that helps us link the big ideas, crucial moments, and important people in this chapter. Oral Using your notes, create a set of 5-8 open-ended questions that are designed to be asked of the important people in this chapter. The questions’ responses should reveal the big ideas, crucial moments, and other important people. You will be the responder as someone else reads at least two of the interview questions. Visual Using your notes, create a powerpoint (4-5 slides), timeline, or concept map that helps us understand the main ideas, crucial decisions, and important people in this chapter. Auditory Using your notes, create a 1-3 minute news item that summarizes the essential ideas, crucial decisions, and people. You may tape or videotape this, using your voice and others.
  • 11. Differentiation by Learning Modality Preference Sewing Project Choices in Consumer Education Class Students will all create a small, original product using skills of: sewing, design & layout, fabric selection, color choice, embellishment choices Sandra Page, 2006 Kinesthetic Create a cloth book or baby blanket made of varying textures of fabric that would allow a child to feel rough, smooth, thick, thin, soft, hard, etc. Be prepared to justify your choices. Oral Create a quilt square or small wall-hanging that tells a story or responds to a question. For example, “When I am joyful, I …” Be prepared to justify your choices. Visual Create a fabric illustration, collage, or pillow that sets a strong, visible mood. Be prepared to justify your choices. Auditory Create a fabric collage or pillow using a particular piece of music as inspiration for fabric and color selections. Be prepared to justify your choices.
  • 12. Know : Different Forms of Transportation Understand : Transportation/vehicles helps us move from here to there. Do : Students will describe a vehicle using the vocabulary and knowledge learned on what makes things move and go. Vocabulary : wings, wheels, pedal, sail, pull, push, float, sink air, water, land, space fast, slow Transportation Pre-K/Kindergarten using Learning Modality Preferences
  • 13. Primary Transportation by learning modality continued
    • Kinesthetic
    • construct/build a vehicle using classroom materials
    • demonstrate how it goes; use vocab words to describe
    • Oral
    • identify a vehicle and its parts as you tell a story
    • describe what makes it move and how it goes; use vocab
    • Visual
    • draw a picture of a vehicle and label its parts
    • show how you made your vehicle and how it goes by making a poster
    • Auditory
    • identify a vehicle through the sound that it makes using sound effects tape; use vocab
    • use a sound or song with a vehicle to show how it moves and goes
  • 14. Examples of RAFTs that differentiate by Learning Style Learning style and interest choices appear in the Format column Other RAFTs can be differentiated by readiness
  • 15. Consumer Education Class RAFT In this RAFT, all students will have a Topic that focus on food safety practices. The Formats are meant to appeal to different learning styles. Role Audience Format Topic Raw chicken pieces Chefs in training Dramatic speech Why foods like me (poultry) require special handling and care of utensils Cartoon characters Saturday morning viewers Jingle, rap, or chant The importance of cleanliness and washing hands National Restaurant Organization Restaurant workers Illustrated Poster or Flow Diagram Proper care of knives and cutting boards Bacteria Ground beef Role play or simulation Dangers of thawing meat out on a counter Power Company Consumer Relations Dept. Homeowners who have lost power for 3+ days due to hurricane or ice storm Consumer Alert messages for broadcast on TV What to do with items from the refrigerator and freezer that have come to room temperature Mayonnaise in egg salad Picnickers Urgent Email Watch out! I’m going to get you!
  • 16. Business Education RAFT Students are reviewing elements from “Insert” Drop Down Menu This RAFT uses the columns of Role and Audience to review basic elements and vocabulary of this unit. Role Audience Format Topic Page number Writer of a document List of questions What to consider about how to format me and where I belong Text Box TV audience Late Night’s Top 10 List What you need to know to use me right. Clip art Student preparing a PowerPoint presentation Song lyrics ” Find me, Place me, Change Me” Column break Page break Opinion statement Why I’m more important than you A Caption Editor Set of directions How to clarify what is in a pie chart or diagram Auto Text feature Writers of business letters Energizer Bunny commercial The advantages of using Auto Text
  • 17. Weather Topics RAFT choices These RAFTs focus on weather related vocabulary and instruments. No student would receive all these choices. Some of these choices may be made by teacher to “tier” because the vocabulary is beyond the grade level essentials. Role Audience Format Topic Troposphere Exosphere Reconciliation Letter What’s happening between us? Ozone Earth Poem What I really want from you Earth Atmosphere Song Why I can’t live without you Water Droplet Future Droplets Advice Column We’re all in this together Stratus Cloud Cumulus cloud Weight loss recipe How to get rid of that puffiness Cold & Warm Front Meteorologists Dialogue Use us to forecast weather Barometer Thermometer e-mail I’m more important than us Air Masses TV audience panel discussion Where we’ve been, what we’ve done
  • 18. Our Community RAFT (Primary grade) Know: responsibility, role, respect, behavior Do : Discuss, reflect, respond Understand: Our classroom community depends on us working together. Role Audience Format Topic Me myself Talk inside my head My top 5 ideas about being a good friend Classroom gerbil Mouse outside the window Conversation after school Let me tell you what I saw today that makes me happy about the boys and girls who take care of me. Raffi 1 st graders Rhyme or song “ Here’s How to Be a Friend” Bunny Other bunnies Story or cartoon What we should do to help each other Papa Berenstain Bear His Bear children Chart or list Best Bear Behavior in School Our class vocabulary words this week Our class Jigsaw puzzle Together, we make the big picture of a respectful community.
  • 19. Technology Lab Safety Role Audience Format Topic Points of Discussion fashion editor Mid Sch students 2-page magazine spread “ Here’s what’s ‘in’ in technology-ed fashion.” Eyewear, earwear, long hair, baggy clothes, jewelry, long sleeves. Referee Mid Sch “tech-letes” Instruc. playbk Instant replay outtakes: foul ups in the tech lab Running, horseplay, injuries, anchor activities The TMS Lab the public Wanted posters Wanted: Students caught in the act of breaking cleanup laws Your 3 primary clean-up responsibilities, your work area Newspaper writer Readers Cover story Undercover in the TMS Tech Lab: what materials talk about at night Proper handling of hand tools, heavy items, materials, cabinets Scroll saw & drill press Each other comic strip What we whish midle sch students knew about how to handle us... chuck key, long end of board, hold work flat on table, cut line, fingers, blade binding, hold-down, upper guide adjustment, brush
  • 20. Possible Role or Audience Ideas for a RAFT Choose ideas that advance the learning goals.
    • Characters from a story
    • Public service job
    • Key terms
    • Scientists or politicians
    • Historical figures
    • Musical instruments
    • Diseases
    • Geographic formations
    • Vocabulary words
    • Cartoon characters
    • Types of fabric
    • Composers or artists
    • Instruments or tools
    • Shapes or colors
    • Authors or inventors
    • Business or industry person
    • Minerals or chemical elements
    • Cities, countries, continents
    • Brand name object
    • Technical terms
    • Tradesman or other job
    • Animals, birds, pets
    • Body systems
    • Celebrity or talk show host
  • 21. Possible Formats to use with RAFTs Written Visual Oral Kinesthetic
    • diary entry
    • bulleted list
    • obituary
    • invitation
    • product guide
    • game rules
    • recipe
    • movie critic
    • FreqAskQues
    • editorial
    • character monologue
    • job application
    • gossip column
    • mag. article
    • cartoon/comic
    • crossword puzzle
    • map
    • scale plan or drawing
    • graphic org.
    • concept web
    • illustration
    • print ad
    • photograph
    • powerpoint
    • ‘ how to’ diagram
    • fashion design
    • song
    • set of discussion ?s
    • conversation
    • monologue
    • sermon
    • radiocast
    • museum guide
    • commercial
    • reader’s theater
    • interview
    • tasting
    • political speech
    • puppet show
    • storytell
    • model
    • cheer
    • mime
    • reenactment
    • wax museum
    • demonstration
    • sales pitch with demo elements
    • physical analogies
    • taste tests
    • ‘ how to’ video
    • game
    • sew, cook, build
    • design a ....
  • 22. Know: (facts, vocab) { Use these in Role or Audience?} Understand: (statement) { Use this in topic?} Do: (verb) { This might be the guide for the format?} RAFT Planning Sheet Role Audience Format Topic