Differentiation

Methods for Differentiating Instruction

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Differentiation Door Mind Map: Differentiation

1. Assessment

1.1. Self-evaluation

1.1.1. Choose own groupings

1.1.2. Choose own task

1.2. Hand signals

1.2.1. Fist to five

1.2.2. Thumbs up/down

1.3. Quiz and test scores

1.3.1. Choose to check problems

1.3.2. Can retake

1.4. Screening Tests

1.5. Cup signals when they need help

1.6. Listening

1.6.1. Facial clues

1.6.2. "Pencil clues"

1.6.3. Questions

1.6.4. Students guide lesson

1.7. Feedback about instruction

1.8. Learn from group work with students

2. Grouping

2.1. Flexible groups

2.2. Homogeneous groups

2.3. Student-formed groups

2.3.1. Centers

2.4. One-on-one

2.5. Interest groups

2.6. Neutral group names

2.7. Students can "upgrade" groups

2.8. Agenda for self-direction

2.9. Speed of work

2.10. Inclusion

2.11. Jigsaw

3. Differentiated Instruction

3.1. Extend

3.1.1. Synthesizing new material with old

3.1.2. Bonus activities

3.1.3. Challenge questions

3.1.4. Tiered Assignments

3.1.5. Added higher level instruction

3.1.6. Orbital studies

3.1.7. Curriculum buyout

3.2. Practice or move on

3.3. Technology to individualize

3.4. Tailored lessons for a group

3.5. Material available for reference

3.6. Different modalities

3.7. Different ways of participating

3.8. Student-guided timeline

3.9. Cooperative Learning

3.10. Jigsaw

3.11. Help

3.11.1. Team teacher help

3.11.2. Corrections and clarifications

3.11.3. Classroom volunteers

4. Benefits and Musts

4.1. Positive, welcoming environment

4.2. Safe place to learn

4.3. Respectful tasks

4.4. Comfort in predictability