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  • Scamper Questions321 exit cards3 intelligencestiered
  • Lakeview differentiation

    1. 1. DifferentiationMaking Sure We Have Their Number and We Aim for It!
    2. 2. What is It?
    3. 3. Tomlinson_QualityDI.pdf, ASCD San Antonio March 2010
    4. 4. Sternberg’s Three Intelligences CreativeAnalytical Practical
    5. 5. Shaking It UPStudents need options for taking information in, organizing and making sense of ideas,and expressing what they learn
    6. 6. Slide From Tomlinson ASCD Presentation 2010
    7. 7. Why do IT?Mind, Brain, Education Research
    8. 8. Create a Learning Environment Flow and Zone
    9. 9. Areas Supporting Differentiation Assessment • Pre-/Diagnostic • Formative Student Choice • Task • Content
    10. 10. Understanding Assessment
    11. 11. Strategies• Formative Assessment • Informs further differentiation• Simple, short – Compact knowledge – Student self Assessment/Metacognition• Longer – Layered – Tiered Assessment – Branched Assessments
    12. 12. Assessment ToolsAssessment Informs Differentiation• Google Forms – Flubaroo -• Google Docs• OneNote Shared Notebooks• Evernote Shared Notebook• Blogs• RSS- Google Reader
    13. 13. Slide From Tomlinson ASCD Presentation 2010
    14. 14. Scamper Prompts
    15. 15. From Tomlinson_QualityDI.pdf, ASCD San Antonio March 2010
    16. 16. 3-2-13 Things You Learned2 Things You Want to Know1 Thing You Are Unsure About
    17. 17. Misconception via Images
    18. 18. Socrative
    19. 19. Graphic Organizers/Mind MapsMake Student Understanding ExplicitVisual LearnerAids FocusUse as Scaffolding – support to help students make connections Tools Mindomo Spiderscribe Mindmeister
    20. 20. Simple, Short Strategies• Diigo Annotations• LiveBinder
    21. 21. Long Term - Student Choice• Choice Board• Total 10 Board
    22. 22. Layered Curriculum• The C Layer is the basic layer of competency and reflects what all students must do. If students successfully complete the tasks required in the C Layer, they earn a C grade. These activities typically ask students to collect factual information.• The B Layer provides students with the opportunity to apply, manipulate, and play with the information they gathered while completing the C Layer activities. Students who successfully complete the C and B Layers can earn a B grade.• The A Layer asks students to think critically about an issue. It consists of questions that ask students to analyze a topic. frequently, no right or wrong answer exists. Students who successfully complete C, B, and A Layers can earn an A grade.
    23. 23. Tiered Curriculum
    24. 24. Billiard Balls- Daveblog, pool-group – marbles- whodeenee’s –buddhas, youareyouratman 6/7 Tomlinson ASCD 2010Slide 8 Dewck Mindset – Nigel HolmesBrain in man –Inside, Andrew Mason - -
    25. 25. Tomlinson Sample RAFT Slide From Tomlinson ASCD Presentation 2010
    26. 26. Role of Community – Classroom and School A Manifesto for Contemporary LearningChristian Long-