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Differentiated learning 2

  1. 1. RENDRA PRIHANDONO, S.Sos
  2. 2.  PERHATIKAN BAIK-BAIK BAGAN TUGAS YG DIBERIKAN PADA ANDA. PILIH SALAH SATU YANG SESUAI DGN GAYA BELAJAR ANDA. PADA WAKTU YG DITENTUKAN, SILAKAN DIBUAT UNTUK KEMUDIAN DITAMPILKAN.
  3. 3.  AKRONIM LAGU (1 menit) GERAK DAN TARI (1 menit) PUISI GAMBAR / KOMIK
  4. 4. According to:ReadinessInterestLearningProfile
  5. 5. Foundational to Transformational Concrete to Abstract Simple to Complex
  6. 6. Dependent to Independent• Students vary on the amount of independence they are ready forStructured to Open-ended• Some students are ready to improvise while others still need more straight forward guidelines to followSlow to fast• Some students will move quickly through one part of a topic but then need to move more slowly in other areas
  7. 7. • Assigning work on the same topic at different degrees of difficulty• The students are getting the same type of information but in a way that is geared towards their individual ability.• The teacher should aim to provide work that is just a little too hard• This pushes students out of their level of comfort and allows the teacher to help them reach a new level of understanding
  8. 8. Enhancing motivation to learn Helpingstudents to Usingrealize that familiar there is a ideas as aconnection way to between introduceschool and less familiar their own ideas interests
  9. 9. “Sidebar” Studies• Students study the aspects of a topic that interest them• Example- A student might like music and decide to focus on the music of the 1950s for a history class.Interest groups• Students who have similar interests form a group to do an in-depth study on one particular topic that they find most interesting
  10. 10. • Find a way to link a student interests with the curriculum• Teachers should make sure that students are acquiring the skills that the curriculum specifies.• Guide students to success by providing structure• Teachers should set goals and time-lines to guarantee that students are getting the most out of their learning.
  11. 11. Adapt what we teach: Content can be varied Differentiating Contentaccording to Bloom’s Taxonomy• Unfamiliar with concepts- complete tasksat lower levels such as knowledge,comprehension, application• Partial mastery- focus on application,analysis and evaluation• High level of mastery- emphasizeevaluation and synthesisAdapt how we give student access to what we wantthem to learn• Different texts, novels or short storiesbased on reading level• Internet sources of varied sophistication• Work in pairs, groups or individually
  12. 12. Concept Based Teaching• Avoid rote memorization of long lists of facts• Focus instead on key concepts and principles, which are the building blocks of meaning• Make connections between subjects and facets of a single topic• Relate ideas to the student’s lives• Identify patterns and help student’s to use these to deal with future learning
  13. 13. Stage 3: Collaboratively • Create a challenging learning design a project for the environment student to engage in • Guarantee proficiency in basic while others focus on curriculum the general lesson • Buy time for enrichment and Stage 2: Note gaps in acceleration knowledge and define plan to address these Curriculum Compacting Designed to help Stage 1: Identify candidates advanced learnersand assess their understandingof a particular subject or lesson maximize the use of their time for learning
  14. 14. Using varied texts and resource materials• Build a classroom library that includes texts of various levels, magazines, brochures, internet files, videos etc.• A rich array of materials ensures that content is meaningful to learners of all levels• Computer programs can present different levels of challenge and complexityLearning contracts• Can contain both skills and content components• Combine a sense of shared goals with individual appropriateness and autonomyMini-lessons• Some students may not fully grasp newly taught material• Meet with these students to revisit these concepts to extend their understanding and skill
  15. 15.  Process refers to how a student comes to understand and assimilate facts, concepts and skills Allows students to learn based on what method is easiest for them, or alternatively, what will challenge them the most • A learning style inventory may help to identify this • http://www.personal.psu.edu/bxb11/LSI/LSI.htm • Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences to guide appropriate methodology Students make sense of ideas and information most effectively when classroom activities are: • Interesting • Involve high level thinking • Use key skills to understand key ideas
  16. 16. Strategies That Support Differentiated Process• These strategies work best when students work in small groups or independently• Easier to match activities and process to individual needs• Utilize tools that allow students to express their creativity!• Some of the many examples: • Journals • Graphic Organizers • http://readwritethink.org/materials /trading_cards • Mind Maps, Learning Centers/Interest Groups, Model Making, Laboratory Exercises, Jigsaw, Role Playing • Cubing • http://readwritethink.org/materials /bio_cube/
  17. 17. Products represent the student’s application and understanding of what they have learned• Typically a long term assignment• May supplement or replace a more traditional written test as an assessment of knowledge and understanding• Has the advantage of allowing a more flexible approach to student evaluation, accounting for multiple learning stylesHow to design an effective product• Decide on format• Clearly define core expectations• Decide on necessary scaffolding (brainstorming, rubrics, timelines, critiquing and revising• Coach for success and qualityBenefits• Encourages students to engage using their strengths and interests• Student are intrinsically motivated as this is their chance to “own” the curriculum
  18. 18. Traditional gradingsystem is designed to 1. Providerank you within your two gradesclassroom cohort (Traditional and Personal)Not all work has to be 2. Traditional lettergraded, especially if grades with a numericintellectual risk taking superscript to indicateis the goal! 3below, 2at or 1above grade level 3. SupplementalThe goal of normed gradesdifferentiated with more individualizedinstruction is help you grades as it relatesdevelop as a learner…it to a portfolio ofcan be more workindividualistic
  19. 19. *Terrific resource for implementing technology and multimedia http://www.cited.org
  20. 20. *Terrific resource for implementing technology and multimedia http://www.cited.org
  21. 21. Point out the benefits of learning Teach parents in a classroomabout differentiated based on individual instruction student’s academics Explain to parentsThe importance is that the focus is onon the growth and helping the studentnot on the grades reach their potential at their own pace
  22. 22. Twitter : @GuruInspiratifE-mail : rendraprihandono@gmail.comPin BB : 294D9885

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