Posts Tagged ‘differ’

Differentiation Myers

The resource I found was on the Edutopia website. This site contains a list of 100+ Tools for Differentiating Instruction through Social Media. It is provided by John McCarthy a National Educational Consultant, What’s Best for All Learners, who is an advocate for “Student Voice in Learning.” You can follow him on Twitter: @JMcCarthyEdS: )… Read More Differentiation Myers

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Differentiation in Online Learning-Captain

I tried several different Google searches using “differentiation in online instruction” paired with “communication” and with “self-advocacy” and did not get any satisfactory results.  Most results were similar to information we’ve already covered regarding the best practice of communication.  Once I switched to “differentiation strategies in online environments” I found: https://www.edutopia.org/blog/blended-learning-engagement-strategies-andrew-miller I settled on this … Continue reading Differentiation in Online Learning-Captain

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Differentiation

The topic this week for the reading was something I had been looking forward to reading about. I have really been wondering about how to handle these types of students. It is sometimes difficult just in the regular classroom to make sure you are reaching those higher level students as well as the lower levels. One of the first sections that caught my eye in …

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Simonick – Differentiation

For my resource I found “5 Online Tools for Differentiatied Instruction and Assessment”  edtechreview.in/news/498-5-online-tools-for-differentiated-instruction-and-assessment.  I googled “online differentiated instruction.”  Of the 5 tools, 3 were elementary level. No Red Ink focuses on improving grammar and writing.  The fifth resource was Power … Continue reading

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Differentiation

I started my search for an additional resource by searching “differentiation in online science courses.”  I have been hoping to find something more content-specific but my search yielded no promising results.  I tried a bunch of variations of the same search but couldn’t find much specific to science.  I finally settled on a basic “differentiating … Continue reading Differentiation

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