Maria Azuero
 Carol      Ann Tomlinson is an English educator, author and speaker. Sheis best known for her innovative work with Diff...
    It is an approach to teaching that advocates    active planning for student differences in    classrooms. Creating  ...
 Differentiated Instruction is a concept that  has existed for a long time but it’s now being  used in classrooms. Itis ...
 CONTENT:    -Can be described as the knowledge, skills and attitudeswe want people to learn according to Webster´s Dicti...
 PROCESS:     -Differentiating the processes means varying learningactivities or strategies to provide appropriate method...
 PRODUCT:     -When an educator differentiates by product orperformance, they are offering students various ways ofdemons...
 Advantages:   Target every type of learner   Confidence   Success Disadvantages:   Time Consuming   More work
 Video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bApuBiitL8Q&feature=player_detailpage
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Carol anne tomlinson

  1. 1. Maria Azuero
  2. 2.  Carol Ann Tomlinson is an English educator, author and speaker. Sheis best known for her innovative work with Differentiated instruction education techniques. Tomlinsonis a reviewer for eight journals and has authored over 200 articles, books, and other professional development materials.
  3. 3.  It is an approach to teaching that advocates active planning for student differences in classrooms. Creating multiple paths so that students of different abilities, interest or learning requirements experience equally appropriate ways to absorb, use, develop and present concepts as a part of the daily learning process (Tomlinson, 2000).
  4. 4.  Differentiated Instruction is a concept that has existed for a long time but it’s now being used in classrooms. Itis the concept that every child is able to learn according to their own learning styles, readiness levels and interest. When planning a differentiated classroom there should be three areas to always consider: Content, Process and Product.
  5. 5.  CONTENT: -Can be described as the knowledge, skills and attitudeswe want people to learn according to Webster´s Dictionary. - To differentiate content is simply to permit the moreadvance students to accelerate their rate of progress. Theycan work ahead independently on some projects, i.e. theycover the content faster than their peers. -The content can also be differentiated by usingdifferent texts, novels or short stories at a reading levelappropriate for each individual student.
  6. 6.  PROCESS: -Differentiating the processes means varying learningactivities or strategies to provide appropriate methods forstudents to explore the concepts. - It is important to give students alternative paths tomanipulate the ideas embedded within the concept. Developactivities that target auditory, visual, and kinestheticlearners. -For example, students may use graphic organizers,maps, diagrams or charts to display their comprehension ofconcepts covered.
  7. 7.  PRODUCT: -When an educator differentiates by product orperformance, they are offering students various ways ofdemonstrating what they have learned from the lesson orunit -Differentiating the product means varying thecomplexity of the product that students create todemonstrate understanding of the concepts
  8. 8.  Advantages: Target every type of learner Confidence Success Disadvantages: Time Consuming More work
  9. 9.  Video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bApuBiitL8Q&feature=player_detailpage
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