Best Teaching Practices

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Best Teaching Practices

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

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