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week 6 – Differentiation

  When hunting for a resource, I used the search term “differentiation for students in online learning”, and found the Edutopia article “Enhancing Learning Through Differentiated Technology”, by Julie Stern.  She had several recommendations for learning tools, but I was intrigued by her choice of EDpuzzle (EDPuzzle.com).  Teachers can use this tool to modify video … Continue reading week 6 – Differentiation

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Differentiation in Online Learning

Throughout my teaching career I have been exposed to numerous sessions, classes and courses on differentiating instruction for students.  Whether learning online or face-to-face in the classroom differentiating instruction has several commonalities.  First of all, instruction involves the use of multiple means of engagement and instructional methods.  Teaching with podcasts that incorporate the audio with … Continue reading Differentiation in Online Learning

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Differ (Brent Fleisher)

One source that stood out to me on the internet was 100+ Tools for Differentiation (https://www.edutopia.org/blog/differentiated-instruction-social-media-tools-john-mccarthy).  Via Google, I typed in “differentiation for online instruction,” and this website was near the top of the list.  I decided to stick with this one as it seems to focus on differentiation via Social Media — something we … Continue reading Differ (Brent Fleisher)

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Differentiation

After further researching strategies and technologies for differentiating, I am excited to say that I found several new resources not only through the various checkpoints on the UDL website but also through independent research.  There are so many technologies at our fingertips, the issue is finding time to research and learn how to implement those … Continue reading Differentiation

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Differentiated Learning

The timing of this topic could not have come at a better time. We have been struggling with our Economics and Personal Finance hybrid course this year in terms on not reaching all of our exceptional learners. The format has required teachers of the course to incorporate modules for 60% of the course. In the … Continue reading Differentiated Learning

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Differentiated Instruction

While searching for  online teaching and differentiation, I found “10 Sites for Differentiated Instruction” at http://www.techlearning.com/default.aspx?tabid=100&entryid=6226.  Because I read the faces of my students for understanding, I find that online, I have to work harder to give clearer and more concise instructions.  I have to make sure I give step by step instruction and explain any … Continue reading Differentiated Instruction

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Differentiation

The Universal Design for Learning website had some interesting links that I think will be useful as I continue to plan my module lesson. I particularly found these links useful: Foster Collaboration and Community Mastery Oriented Feedback Support Memory and Transfer I know that I will really need to work on fostering that collaboration in my module.  … Continue reading Differentiation

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Differentiation

The Universal Design for Learning website had some interesting links that I think will be useful as I continue to plan my module lesson. I particularly found these links useful: Foster Collaboration and Community Mastery Oriented Feedback Support Memory and Transfer I know that I will really need to work on fostering that collaboration in my module.  … Continue reading Differentiation

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Differentiation in an Online Environment– KWasosky

Differentiation is a term I am definitely used to. I have been teaching in a collaborative setting for twenty years. I do want to make it clear though, that although I differentiate for Special Education students with disabilities, I also differentiate assignments for regular education students and more advanced students as well. All students are … Continue reading Differentiation in an Online Environment– KWasosky

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