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Website: Differentiation Cenral , Homepage Institutes on Academic Diversity at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education

Elfriede Binder

Link

http://www.differentiationcentral.com/index.html

"DifferentiationCentral is a service of the Institutes on Academic Diversity (IAD) at the University of Virginia's Curry School of Education. Created in 1996, the goal of the IAD is to help educators understand the principles of Differentiated Instruction and develop competence and confidence in creating responsive classrooms that meet the diverse learning needs of today’s students."

Informationen zu Veranstaltungen, Planungen für Unterrichtsstunden, Buchempehlungen, Artikel und Kurzvideos (ca. 5 Minuten) in gut verständlichem Englisch zu Fragen der Umsetzung der flexiblen Differenzierung im Unterricht.

Titel der Kurzvideos:

  • What is differentiated instruction?
  • A rationale for differentiation in today’s schools
  • Two misconceptions about DI – that there is a disconnect with standards and DI is only for certain students
  • A misconception about DI that it is an ‘add-on’ activity
  • A misconception teachers sometimes have – “I already differentiate.”
  • Four common misconceptions about DI
  • Suggestions on how to begin differentiated instruction
  • Next-step ideas on how to increase expertise with DI
  • Engaging resource specialists in planning differentiated lessons
  • Dynamic curriculum
  • Quality curriculum is focused around important ideas worth understanding
  • Using essential questions as a path to understanding
  • Building a supportive community of learners in a differentiated classroom
  • Helping students understand the concept of differentiation – what’s fair in the classroom
  • Building community in the secondary classroom
  • Using multiple intelligence activities to differentiate on the basis of learning profile
  • Using learing centers to meet students’ varying needs
  • Effective instruction begins with pre-assessing students
  • Daily assessment serves as a compass for next steps in the classroom
  • Determining if students have developed understanding
  • Providing students with different approaches to demonstrate what they know, understand, and can doSome insights into grading in a differentiated classroom
  • Using the homework checkers strategy
  • Tips for assigning students to groups and organizing paper work
  • An illustration of differentiation in an elementary classroom