Differentiated Instruction

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Differentiated Instruction by Mind Map: Differentiated Instruction

1. Process

1.1. activities in which the student engages in order to make sense of or master the content

1.1.1. What Is Differentiated Instruction? (2015, December 31). Retrieved September 23, 2017, from What Is Differentiated Instruction?

1.2. Not all students require the same amount of support from the teacher, and students could choose to work in pairs, small groups or individually. While some students may benefit from one-on-one interaction with a teacher or classroom aide, others may be able to progress by themselves

1.2.1. What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of How to Differentiate Instruction in the Classroom. (n.d.). Retrieved September 23, 2017, from What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of Strategies

1.3. this is the activity

1.3.1. A. (n.d.). Chapter 1. Understanding Differentiated Instruction: Building a Foundation for Leadership. Retrieved September 23, 2017, from Understanding Differentiated Instruction: Building a Foundation for Leadership

2. Content

2.1. what the student needs to learn or how the student will get access to the information

2.1.1. What Is Differentiated Instruction? (2015, December 31). Retrieved September 23, 2017, from What Is Differentiated Instruction?

2.2. Content consists of facts, concepts, generalizations or principles, attitudes, and skills related to the subject, as well as materials that represent those elements.

2.2.1. A. (n.d.). Chapter 1. Understanding Differentiated Instruction: Building a Foundation for Leadership. Retrieved September 23, 2017, from Understanding Differentiated Instruction: Building a Foundation for Leadership

2.3. What the teacher prepares for the students to learn and how the students gain access to the knowledge

2.3.1. A. (n.d.). Chapter 1. Understanding Differentiated Instruction: Building a Foundation for Leadership. Retrieved September 23, 2017, from Understanding Differentiated Instruction: Building a Foundation for Leadership

2.4. Changes how students gain access to the core learning

2.4.1. A. (n.d.). Chapter 1. Understanding Differentiated Instruction: Building a Foundation for Leadership. Retrieved September 23, 2017, from Understanding Differentiated Instruction: Building a Foundation for Leadership

3. Products

3.1. culminating projects that ask the student to rehearse, apply, and extend what he or she has learned in a unit

3.1.1. What Is Differentiated Instruction? (2015, December 31). Retrieved September 23, 2017, from What Is Differentiated Instruction?

3.2. Based of learning styles

3.2.1. What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of How to Differentiate Instruction in the Classroom. (n.d.). Retrieved September 23, 2017, from What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of Strategies

4. Learning environment

4.1. the way the classroom works and feels

4.1.1. What Is Differentiated Instruction? (2015, December 31). Retrieved September 23, 2017, from What Is Differentiated Instruction?

4.2. Condition for optimal learning

4.2.1. What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of How to Differentiate Instruction in the Classroom. (n.d.). Retrieved September 23, 2017, from What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of Strategies

4.3. both physical and psychological elements

4.3.1. What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of How to Differentiate Instruction in the Classroom. (n.d.). Retrieved September 23, 2017, from What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of Strategies

4.4. Having a flexible classroom

4.4.1. What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of How to Differentiate Instruction in the Classroom. (n.d.). Retrieved September 23, 2017, from What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of Strategies

5. Benefits

5.1. Students with disabilities

5.2. ELLs

5.3. Gifted

5.4. At-risk of dropping out

5.5. I. (2015, January 30). Using Differentiated Instruction to Support All Learners. Retrieved September 23, 2017, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOPe_cJ67No&feature=youtu.be

6. a philosophy that students learn at different rates and ways

6.1. I. (2015, January 30). Using Differentiated Instruction to Support All Learners. Retrieved September 23, 2017, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOPe_cJ67No&feature=youtu.be

7. Material and learning tasks are provided at different levels of challenge

8. tailoring instruction to meet individual needs

8.1. What Is Differentiated Instruction? (2015, December 31). Retrieved September 23, 2017, from http://www.readingrockets.org/article/what-differentiated-instruction

9. Carol Ann Tomlinson

9.1. describes differentiated instruction as factoring students’ individual learning styles and levels of readiness first before designing a lesson plan

9.1.1. What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of How to Differentiate Instruction in the Classroom. (n.d.). Retrieved September 23, 2017, from What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of Strategies

9.2. a leader in the area of differentiated learning

9.2.1. What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of How to Differentiate Instruction in the Classroom. (n.d.). Retrieved September 23, 2017, from What is Differentiated Instruction? Examples of Strategies

10. Math

10.1. Process

10.1.1. Giving math problems at different levels

10.2. content

10.2.1. Meeting with small groups to re-teach an idea or skill for struggling learners, or to extend the thinking or skills of advanced learners

10.3. Product

10.3.1. giving them options on how to present their learning

10.4. Learning environment

10.4.1. Making sure there are places in the room to work quietly and without distraction, as well as places that invite student collaboration

11. flexible grouping- groups are changed throughout the day and year

11.1. I. (2015, January 30). Using Differentiated Instruction to Support All Learners. Retrieved September 23, 2017, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOPe_cJ67No&feature=youtu.be

12. sequence of common decisions made by teachers with student-first orientation

12.1. S. (2016, February 15). Five key aspects of differentiated instruction. Retrieved September 23, 2017, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TRGl3iXoAE&feature=youtu.be&list=PLOXUrDMSVPHnDeKVZTOfi2pjWMegTcRCD

13. Tomlinson 5 aspects

13.1. Engaging learning environment

13.2. High-quality curriculum and clearly defined goals

13.3. Ongoing assessment

13.4. Response to students' instructional needs

13.5. Effective classroom management

13.6. S. (2016, February 15). Five key aspects of differentiated instruction. Retrieved September 27, 2017, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TRGl3iXoAE&feature=youtu.be&list=PLOXUrDMSVPHnDeKVZTOfi2pjWMegTcRCD