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Using Digital Tools to Differentiate
Using Digital Tools to Differentiate
Using Digital Tools to Differentiate
Using Digital Tools to Differentiate
Using Digital Tools to Differentiate
Using Digital Tools to Differentiate
Using Digital Tools to Differentiate
Using Digital Tools to Differentiate
Using Digital Tools to Differentiate
Using Digital Tools to Differentiate
Using Digital Tools to Differentiate
Using Digital Tools to Differentiate
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This slide deck will be used by Solution Tree Author and Instructional Technology expert in a February 2012 Alaska Staff Development Network webinar on the role that technology can play in a …

This slide deck will be used by Solution Tree Author and Instructional Technology expert in a February 2012 Alaska Staff Development Network webinar on the role that technology can play in a differentiated classroom.

The remainder of the session resources can be found posted online at http://bit.ly/asdn2012

Follow Bill's thinking on Twitter -- @plugusin -- or on his blog: http://bit.ly/temperedradical

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  • Introduction to the iGeneration Today’s students don’t want to be passive recipients anymore. That’s not much different than the students of yesterday. We’ve always wanted to interact socially. The difference is today’s kids know that anytime-anywhere communication is possible. _______________________________ Image Credits: Adapted from “Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Gabriel S. Delgado C. Creative Commons 2011.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/neogabox/4281609720/sizes/l Adapted from “Millie V. QS2” by Paul De Los Reyes. Creative Commons 2011.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/noizephotography/3966888703/sizes/l Adapted from “Whose Your Candidate” by Erin MC Hammer. Creative Commons 2011.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/balladist/3003337804/sizes/l/ Adapted from “You’ll Be Chained Here All Your Life” by Erin MC Hammer. Creative Commons 2011.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/balladist/2922040674/sizes/l Adapted from “Free Awesome Girl with Braces” by D. Sharon Pruitt. Creative Commons 2011.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinksherbet/3561050613/sizes/l Adapted from “project 365: day 333 ” by Erin MC Hammer. Creative Commons 2011.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/balladist/2740665282/sizes/l/ Adapted from “One Last Jump : )” by Antara http://www.flickr.com/photos/antara365/2849958585/sizes/z/ Adapted from “iPod, Therefore I Am” by puci. Creative Commons 2011. http://www.flickr.com/photos/puci/437672194/sizes/z
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    • 1. Using Digital Tools to Differentiate How CAN Technology Support a Customized Classroom? Bill Ferriter Solution Tree Author and Associate | ASDN Webinar February, 2012 | http://bit.ly/asdn2012
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    • 3. Session Outcomes: By the end of this webinar, participants will have a foundational understanding of how new digital tools can be used to (1). provide structure for differentiated classrooms and (2). differentiate learning experiences by student interest.
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    • 5. Activity: Working with partners, explore the video titled Joe’s Non-Netbook . Use the handout titled The People Formerly Known as the Audience to guide your reflections.
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    • 14. The Tempered Radical http://bit.ly/temperedradical Twitter Username: @plugusin Email: [email_address] Bill Ferriter has about a dozen titles—Solution Tree PLC author and associate, ASCD columnist, senior fellow of the Teacher Leaders Network—but he checks them all at the door each morning when he walks into his sixth- grade classroom ! Bill Ferriter

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