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Practical Ideas for Differentiation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sarah J Dodson Dec 8, 2012. 10 Replies

An extension of my blog post- "Differentiation.  Stop rolling your eyes..."- Practical List of Ideas for Differentiation (inspired by #edchat conversation…Continue

Tags: needs, special, learning, collaboration, differentiation

 

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Sarah J Dodson replied to Morgan Kolis's discussion Practical Ideas for Differentiation
"These are all wonderful ideas of how to differentiate instruction. I am starting student teaching soon and was wondering if anyone could provide me with ideas or tips on how to differentiate instruction for students who have special needs and are…"
Dec 8, 2012
Linda Curtis replied to Morgan Kolis's discussion Practical Ideas for Differentiation
"Students teaching students!  At times during math, I will have students "re-teach" others the math skill with which they are struggling.  It actually gives students a chance to work on communication skills and allows them to…"
Jul 30, 2012
Shelley Venable replied to Morgan Kolis's discussion Practical Ideas for Differentiation
"Thank you for this!"
Jul 29, 2012
Lisa Brooker replied to Morgan Kolis's discussion Practical Ideas for Differentiation
"For any kindergarten teachers out there, Marsha M. M. McGuire at A Differentiated Kindergarten does a great job of differentiating instruction for her students and explaining how to do so.  Check out…"
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Dorothy Hastings replied to Morgan Kolis's discussion Practical Ideas for Differentiation
"Hi Morgan,  Thanks for sharing such an informative tips with the best and most practical ideas in implementing tiered assignments, identifying readiness levels, student interests and learning styles, responding to multiple intelligences and…"
Jul 10, 2012
Rich Linville replied to Morgan Kolis's discussion Practical Ideas for Differentiation
"If you have an analog clock in class, from time to time, point to the analog clock and ask the class to whisper the time. Start with the hour time, then half hour time, five minute, and one minute. When the class is proficient then call on…"
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Morgan Kolis commented on Ray Dorso's group Autism
"In my resource room for students with moderate-intensive special needs, I mostly use the TEACCH methodology for all of our students with disabilities, not just those with autism.  We also use behavior modification strategies to work on specific…"
Mar 13, 2011
Morgan Kolis commented on Jamie House's group Best Practices and Differentiated Instruction
"Two Posts on Differentiation-   "Differentiation." Stop Rolling Your Eyes- http://mlkolis.blogspot.com/2010/07/differentiation-stop-rolling-your-eyes.html   More on Differentiation-…"
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At 4:57am on September 11, 2010, Kenny Cheah Soon Lee gave Morgan Kolis a gift
At 12:01pm on August 4, 2010, David S. Martin said…
I'm back on the PLN / NING.
At 10:01am on July 14, 2010, Laura Ruggles said…
No- Western Michigan University. I'm the only Ruggles in this area, but I hear there are large pockets of them throughout the country.
At 11:08am on July 7, 2010, David S. Martin said…
Morgan,
You should be proud of me. I joined the "Awesome Admin." group and updated my image!
At 12:43pm on June 28, 2010, Mary Duek said…
of course not...i just typed it too fast!!! I hope I can fix it :(
At 2:02pm on June 25, 2010, David S. Martin said…
At 4:33pm on June 22, 2010, Morgan Kolis said…
Working to create my own PLN... hoping to get the teachers in my building to grasp the concept as well.
 
 
 

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