Elements to be Differentiated
- Addresses the same concepts of instruction but is adjusted by degree of complexity for different learners.
- Objectives are written in incremental steps. This allows for different entry points
- Flexible grouping is consistently used this includes small group pairing and whole groups
- Grouping is not fixed but is dynamic based on content, project and on going evaluations.
- Each student task will be interesting and engaging.
- Each child will be challenged most of the time.
- A well designed student product allows for varied expression, alternative procedures, and provides varying degrees of difficulty, types of evaluation and scoring.
LINKS for more information:
Activities are designed so students are continually engaged in meaningful practice of skills
Learning Styles Interactive Test
Interactive online Learning Styles "test"
Learning Styles/Multiple Intelligences Inventories
Project Based Learning
What Does An Inclusive Classroom Look Like?
Tools for Differentiated Instruction