Instagram Exit Slips
Online Resources for Managing Differentiated Classrooms
Social Studies Menu
Social Studies Menu: This allows students to choose how they want to differentiate content, process, and product for themselves. This format provides many different options for what it is about Virginia (content) that the students would want to explore; the way they would go about finding that information and formatting it is completely up to the student; and the end results offer enough variety that students have to develop more than one strength.
Choice Board for Multiple Intelligences
Choice Board for Multiple Intelligences: This could be useful for students or teachers. Teachers would be able to use this as a reference point for various ideas of easy ways to differentiate in the classroom everyday. It could also be useful for students to test out different ways other students learn, as well as, reveal where their strengths can be found.
Using Multiple Intelligences to Differentiate Instruction
10 Quick and Easy Differentiation Strategies
10 Quick and Easy Differentiation Strategies: I love this as a reference point for teachers! It breaks down several different strategies that can be implemented at any time in a lesson. It also sparks creativity for teachers in how they apply these strategies.
Writing Goals: I think this is a fantastic way to pace individual students, and allow them to see the progress they made and where they are headed. There are various goals listed in a long chain, and individual clothes pins (numbered to represent a specific student) mark what that student should be trying to achieve that day. Some students may need more time on one goal, while others might start a few goals down the chain. The goals could even be based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. Also, there is a spot at the very bottom for students to give feedback on one particular goal at a time.