Differentiating Instruction Course Journal

Differentiating Instruction Course Journal

Name__________________________________________________
Position ________________________________________________
Email address ___________________________________________

Concept or StrategyUsed (x)Reflection --

What worked?

What questions do you have?

Please Attach Student Work Samples
Readiness
Interest
Learning Profile
Differentiating the Content
Differentiating the Process
Differentiating the Questions Using Six Hats®
Differentiating the Learning Objectives Using Bloom’s Taxonomy
Differentiating the Product Using the Multiple Intelligences
Differentiating the Learning Environment, TAPS
CP2 Objectives = CONTENT, PROCESS, PRODUCT
Key Three Menu
Star Six Productions
Tic Tac Toe Menu
Tiered Assignments
Contracts
Centers
Independent Studies
Apprenticeships and Mentorships
Self-Evaluation
Others
Others

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Differentiating Instruction End of Course Reflection

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Position ________________________________________________
Email address ___________________________________________

Please email to franny@learnerslink.com within one week of the last meeting of the class.

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“Practice without reflection is not practice at all.”

Reflection is one way to dialogue with yourself about a learning experience.  The purpose of this short reflection is to help establish what you have learned while studying and applying the strategies that were presented in this course. Your reflection should answer the following questions.

  1. Did I accomplish what I set out to accomplish?
  2. What did I learn that was useful to me as an educator?
  3. How did this learning change my thinking or practice?
  4. What more would I like to learn about the subject?

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