Differentiated Instruction with Technology

August 28th, 2014 | by scottleduc |

Kids Excited About Learning PRESENTER

  • Scott Le Duc

OVERVIEW

  • Implementing strategies to successfully engage student learning involves many crucial, interconnected components.  This workshop with offer information and opportunities to experience concepts and tools that connect students interests to curriculum goals, assess learning quickly and efficiently, adapt activities to the student’s readiness to learn, and reinforcing knowledge retention.

RESOURCES

SCHEDULE 8:00 – 8:45 Getting to Know You Concept

  • What areas of Danielson would you like to see examples of evidence and artifacts?
  • Gather previous DI background from participants
  • Gather input from group about what they want from the training
  • This information will help structure the day

Tools

DI Assessment Concept

  • Knowledge of Students / Prior knowledge

Tools

  • Online YuGiOh Personality Cards
  • Online Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles Quizzes
  • Kagan Small Teams

Concept

  • Pre-assessment / Prior Knowledge

Tools

8:45 BREAK 9:00 – 10:15 DI Assessment Cont. Concept

  • Student Work in Portfolios, Feedback, Feedback Forms, and Exit Cards

Tools

Concept

  • Standards-based Grading and Competency Sheets

Tools

10:15 BREAK 10:30 – 11:30 Low-Prep, High-Impact Strategies, Activities & Materials Concept

  • Research, Planning, Organization, and Storyboarding

Tools

Concept

  • Presentation (Not the way you probably expect!)

Tools

Concept

  • I do. We do. You do. and Question Answer Relationship (Q.A.R.)

Tools

11:30 – 12:30 LUNCH 12:30 – 1:15 Tiered Assignments Concept

  • Standards, Complexity of Activities, and Readiness

Tools

1:15 BREAK Tiered Assignments Cont. 1:30 – 2:30 Tiered Assignments – Cont. Concept

  • Product Possibilities

Tools

2:30- 3:00 Managing the Differentiated Classroom, Exit Cards & Summaries Concept

  • Non-Cognitive Skills and Student Success

Tool

Concept

  • Routines, Rituals, Anchor Activities, and Student Groups

Tools

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