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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated instruction is a tool to help each and every child succeed.  By understanding each student's background, strengths and weaknesses teachers can create a classroom environment, plan lessons and design centers/ work stations that meets the needs of all learners.  This blog post is dedicated to providing inspiration and support as you build a student- centered classroom community.  I love all of your messages!!  If you have any questions or suggestions, simply message me anytime!


"Start with the end in mind"
How to Create Standards Based Assessments
that will guide your instruction and classroom environment to 
meet the needs of all your students!

Student Data Binders
How To Get Started & Stay Organized

Setting Up A Student Centered Classroom
With Common Core Aligned Work Stations/ Centers

Technology As A Tool for Differentiation
Using technology in your classroom and at home is a great way to differentiate instruction.  Here is a survey for your students to fill out with their parents.  This will give you a sense of what is available to them at home and their prior experience.

Genius Hour
I just love the idea of setting aside time that is dedicated to empowering student-driven research and project development.  Students take their individual passions and dig deeper!  

Full of classroom ideas & resources 

Full of classroom ideas & resources

Loredana McFadden, teacher, differentiated instruction, classroom, tiered learning, scaffolding, how to set-up centers, common core centers, reading workshop, writer's workshop, special education, classroom accommodations, student-centered, project based learning, lesson ideas, genius hour, group work, technology in the classroom, 21st century classroom, ipads in the classroom 

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